Impulse control is an executive functioning skill that allows you think before you act and to prioritize long-term success over short-term gains. When you have good self-control, you are able to resist doing things that may be harmful to yourself or to others. Author and educator Bryan Smith has developed four excellent activities to accompany the storybook What Were You Thinking?. These worksheets are designed to remind children the steps to managing their impulses through writing prompts, drawing, and discussion questions.
Four Downloadable Activities include:
What Were You Thinking? is part of the Executive FUNction series and is recommended for these activities.
Also available is the colorful, downloadable Impulse Control Poster that can be displayed in classrooms, hallways, the cafeteria, and other common areas within your school.
An email address must be provided to obtain the activities!
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