- Eye Power – Volume One by Kim Gallo and Julie Anneberg. Learning to Use the Power of Your Eyes – An Activity and Coloring Book.
- The Hidden Curriculum by Brenda Smith Myles. This book offers practical suggestions and advice for how to teach and learn those subtle messages that most people seem to pick up almost automatically but that have to be directly taught to individuals with social-cognitive challenges.
- The Incredible Flexible You by Ryan Hendrix, Kari Zweber Palmer, Nancy Tarshis, and Michelle Garcia Winner. This is an engaging new Social Thinking educational series that combines a social learning framework used in schools across the U.S. with music and dramatic play activities that will appeal to early learners.
- Inside Out: What Makes a Person with Social Cognitive Deficits Tick? by Michelle Garcia Winner. Covers the I-Laugh Model of teaching inferential thinking and perspective taking. Not a curriculum, but rather a resource of understanding social cognition.
- I Get It! Building Social Thinking and Reading Comprehension Through Book Chats by Audra Jensen. This book includes a discussion on the current research on comprehension and its relationship to social thinking and teaches an approach that uses children’s books to teach social cognition concepts.
- Meet Thotso your Thought Maker by Rachel Robb Avery. Early Childhood/Elementary (3 & up) Visually explains the thoughts in your head and the heads of others. An interactive kid friendly book.
- Social Behavior Mapping by Michelle Garcia Winner. Connecting Behavior, Emotion and Consequences across the day.
- Socially Curious and Curiously Social by Micelle Garcia Winner and Pamela Crooke. A socially thinking guidebook for teens and young adults.
- Social Fortune or Social Fate by Pamela Crooke and Michelle Garcia Winner. A social thinking graphic novel map for social quest seekers.
- Social Thinking Worksheets for Tweens and Teens by Micelle Garcia Winner. 160+ worksheets for helping teens and tweens to read in between the social lines.
- Superflex: A Superhero Social Thinking Curriculum by Stephanie Madrigal and Michelle Garcia Winner. A curriculum using comic superhero characters to explain social cognition to elementary school students.
- Superflex Takes on Glassman by Stephanie Madrigal and Michelle Garcia Winner. A curriculum using comic superhero characters to explain social cognition to elementary school students.
- Superflex Takes on Brain Eater by Stephanie Madrigal and Michelle Garcia Winner. A new social thinking book where Superflex takes on Brain Eater, an unthinkable who uses his powers to distract brains from focusing on what is expected. The book also has 14 new social thinking lessons!
- Teaching Children with Autism to Mind-Read by Partricia Howlin, Simon Baron Cohen and Julie Hadwin. A teaching guide for teaching how to interpret facial expressions, recognise feelings, empathy, perspective.
- Think Social: A Social Thinking Curriculum for School Aged Children by Michelle Garcia Winner. Social thinking curriculum for school aged children. Goes through how to fit in, how to be part of a book, literal and figurative language, as well as how to be a social detective. Has Lessons!
- Thinking about You, Thinking about Me by Michelle Garcia Winner. Teaching Perspective taking and social thinking to individuals with social cognition learning difficulties.
- We can Make it Better with DVD by Elizabeth Delsandro. A strategy to motivate and engage young learners in social problem solving through flexible stories. Stories to get students engaged. Readable for multiple ages and abilities. Teaches to predict and problem solve. The book follows two characters where the students need to help them follow their social problems.
- Whole Body Listening Larry at School by Kristen Wilson and Elizabeth Sautter. This is our 2nd book in our two-part series to help our students develop a better concept of holistic listening, or Whole Body Listening.
- Worksheets for Teaching Social Thinking & Related Skills by Michelle Garcia Winner.The worksheets serve as lesson plans to introduce social thinking concepts. Educators then take these concepts and play with them through different activities they develop. Teachers, therapists, parents and other caregivers can also copy and send the material to other parents and caregivers to share the concepts the student is learning.
- You are a Social Detective by Michelle Garcia Winner & Pamela Crooke. A comic based book for teaching social thinking strategies with lessons.