How Do I Remember All That?

A Story to Help Children Improve Their Working Memory

Author: Bryan Smith
Illustrator: Lisa M. Griffin
Add to Cart




SKU:56-023 ,UPC:




Braden's schoolwork seems to be getting tougher. 

Word problems are more complicated. Reading passages are longer. When he's quizzed on details, they seem to be getting lost in translation. And this is carrying over to home, too!

With help from a caring teacher and plenty of opportunities to practice at home, Braden starts to learn and practice strategies for improving his working memory!

Author and School Counselor Bryan Smith offers another funny but relevant story in the very popular Executive FUNction book series. The included strategies are sure to be useful to all young people (and adults)! Examples model breaking down complex problems into smaller, manageable tasks, using mnemonic devices, visualization, and other practical tools for improving working memory!

Great for students in grades K through 6 and the adults in their lives! Included at the end of the story are tips for parents and educators to help children practice and improve working memory. 31 pgs.

Extend the learning with Five Downloadable Activities!

See what parenting blogger, Erin Sluka, has to say - Boys Town Press Books Teach Life Skills Through Stories (

The series also includes:

Watch for a sneak peek into the story!

About the Author

BRYAN SMITH has worked in the education field for more than 15 years, first as an Elementary School Teacher then as a School Counselor. He excels at teaching students life skills that will take them far and help them succeed. He is also a popular children's author whose other titles include What Were You Thinking? and My Day Is Ruined! His Executive FUNction children's book series won the Counselor's Choice Award, which is awarded by Licensed Mental Health Therapists for "Recognition of Quality in the Field."

Published by Boys Town Press

ISBN: 978-1-944882-72-3

Customers Also Viewed