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- Ages: 7-10+
- Pages: 95
- Format: Paperback
- ISBN: 6020
- Published: 2018
Digital version of this two-book set must be purchased separately—only on our Digital Products page (not printable).
Figuring Out the Size of the Problem
You’ve worked through the Superflex curriculum with your students and now you’re ready to dive deeper. This discounted two-book set featuring the UnthinkaBot Glassman and Thinkable Kool Q. Cumber explores one of the social learning challenges we regularly see in our students—having big reactions to small problems! The lessons in these two books complement each other and they even share similar settings and characters to bridge the learning.
These engaging books are part of our Superflex series, which is designed to help children learn about their own and others’ thoughts and behaviors, and practice strategies for self-regulation across a variety of situations. As kids learn strategies to defeat the UnthinkaBots and unexpected behavior, they strengthen their flexible thinking and are better able to self-regulate in challenging times.
1. Superflex Takes on Glassman and the Team of UnthinkaBots
Revised edition with UnthinkaBot characters and important updates! The UnthinkaBot Glassman (aka Glassy) can be found in the brains of many Social Town citizens, both kids and adults alike. Glassman confuses people’s understanding that problems come in different sizes. And Glassman’s powers can get citizens to have big reactions when problems are small. In this revised edition of this popular illustrated storybook, readers follow Superflex Aiden as he takes on Glassman. Readers get a taste of lessons at the Superflex Academy and learn self-regulation strategies that help them match the size of their emotional reaction to the size of the problem. Buy it at a discount as part of the set, or individually for full price. Digital version of the book is sold separately on Apple Books and Google Play (not printable).
2. Superflex and Kool Q. Cumber to the Rescue!
Complementing the teachings found in the book above, this illustrated storybook introduces readers to the Thinkable Kool Q. Cumber. Kool helps Social Town citizens stay calm when problems happen and use their strategies to figure out the size of a problem and the expected reaction size. Buy it at a discount as part of the set, or individually for full price. Digital version of the book is sold separately on Apple Books and Google Play (not printable).
Recommended Teaching & Learning Pathway
New to the world of Superflex? Explore what it’s all about in this article, and learn strategies for teaching self-awareness and self-regulation in our Superflex On Demand series. Before sharing this book with children, parents and educators need to start at the beginning, introduce core concepts, and work through the Superflex curriculum. Books should be introduced in this order:
- You Are a Social Detective!
- Social Thinking and Me
Teach BEFORE or alongside teaching the Superflex curriculum if working with kids ages 9-12.
- Superflex: A Superhero Social Thinking Curriculum
Once kids have reached this point, you can choose from an array of Superflex products to teach depending on the concepts your kids need to work on. To dive deeper into strategies for figuring out the size of the problem and expected reaction size, move on to the books listed below. Buy them individually or as part of a discounted set on this page!
- Superflex Takes On Glassman and the Team of UnthinkaBots
- Superflex and Kool Q. Cumber to the Rescue!
Award-winning Social Detective & Superflex Series
Our award-winning Social Detective & Superflex series teaches social observation, social awareness, perspective taking, flexible thinking, and self-regulation. Click here to explore all our Social Detective & Superflex resources—why this social emotional learning series has sold more than 447,000 copies worldwide!
Glassman and Kool Q. Cumber Bundle
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