My students need these to develop the necessary social skills to be successful in school
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My students are ages 5-8 in a self- contained behavioral program. They would greatly benefit from a social skills curriculum to help develop skills. We had a program in place that was successful but we have been transferred to a new school and no longer have access to the materials. We do daily social lessons to increase skills of social skills. Students mainstream as they develop these skills. It is very important for them to have the appropriate materials to do this.
Our classroom focuses on teaching students valuable skills to help them mainstream with regular education students. This curriculum has been used with students in the past and it had given them the tools necessary to succeed. We are moving schools and would greatly benefit from having this curriculum. This curriculum is fun and students can easily relate to the superheroes in the stories and lessons. In my experience, it has helped students become more socially aware and help regulate behaviors and become self-aware. It will help us reach our goal of joining regular education classes on a more consistent basis. The materials are books and a curriculum by Michelle Garcia that will help students l web appropriate social skills. The curriculum is Superflex about superheroes defeating the Unthinkable. The Unthinkables make bad choices and the superheroes teach appropriate behaviors. There is also a story that explains how to defeat these Unthinkable characters to have socially appropriate behaviors.
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