Social Thinkering Groups

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Social Skills at Thinkering Kids

Little children playing hopscotch, outdoors

Working in a group setting offers children the opportunity to address
individual goals in a motivating and social environment.
Children are paired with peers according to their skill level, needs, and goals.
Some of the areas addressed during social groups are:

  • Engagement
  • Flexible social thinking
  • Attention span
  • Problem solving
  • Self-regulation
  • Verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Pragmatics

Thinkering Kids Camps

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Our camps offer intensive social groups that meet daily during school breaks (Spring, Summer, and Winter). Our camps offer a small adult to child ratio and are led by therapists.
Thinkering Camps are designed to facilitate children to:

  • Play together
  • Get a friend's attention
  • Become interested and motivated to play and explore alongside with peers
  • Come up with play ideas and follow their peers' ideas
  • Be flexible, practice negotiating, waiting for a turn, winning and loosing
  • Share toys and ask peers to share with them.
  • Read social cues