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Managing Self/Executive Function

Managing Self/Executive Function

Self-regulation and executive function processes are key to goal attainment in children and teens. These resources address self-management processes such as planning and organization of self and materials, impulse control, flexible thinking, emotional control, task initiation and completion, working memory, self-monitoring, and much more!

  • Book Cover of Mindset Power

    Mindset Power

    $13.99
    Everyone faces challenges—obstacles to overcome, exciting goals to meet—and it’s easy to get stuck on the negatives. Mindset Power shows kids, ages 9-13, how to change the way they think about their challenges so they can grow...
    $13.99
  • Book Cover of  The Power of a Positive No

    The Power of a Positive No

    $10.95
    Teach students in grades 3 through 8 how to choose true friends who will help stand up to negative peer pressure. Willie and his friends are facing some difficult times. Bernard is being pressured to fight others. Derf is dealing with a tough home life,...
    $10.95
  • Book cover of  The Power of Bystanders

    The Power of Bystanders

    $10.95
    Help students in grades 3 through 8 see how bystanders can put an end to bullying with Willie Bohanon.  A bully has moved to Griffin and Stewart is his victim. Willie is worried about his friend Stewart. Stewart has become stressed and sad...
    $10.95
  • Book Cover of  The Power of Self-D

    The Power of Self-D

    $10.95
    Motivate students in grades 3 through 8 to work hard, set goals, and find good role models by presenting the story of Willie Bohanon. Willie Bohanon is a determined young man. He knows what it takes to be successful in life, having seen close family...
    $10.95