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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 Fix It with Focus

    Fix It with Focus

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    Spring is in the air! That means great things like warmer weather, playing outside, and baseball! So, when Blake is distracted by kids in the schoolyard, it’s no wonder why he doesn’t notice his friends working on the ground and knocks over...
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  • Book Cover of  But I Need Your Help now!

    But I Need Your Help Now!

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    Isaac is a second-grader who struggles with waiting his turn to be recognized by an adult. He’s a little impatient, and this can get him in trouble at school and in the world. When a tough problem has him stuck, Isaac blurts out. With patience,...
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  • Book Cover of I'll NEVER Get All of That Done!

    I'll NEVER Get All of That Done!

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    Blake's baseball team is doing a bake sale fundraiser. He just can't wait for his mom to whip up a batch of her famous chocolate chip cookies! That is, until Mom reminds Blake that it is HIS fundraiser, so he needs to help. Blake has a to-do list that's...
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  • Book Cover of How Did You Miss That?

    How Did You Miss That?

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    When he rushes home after an exhausting night of baseball, the last thing Braden wants to hear is Mom and Dad harping about everything he must finish on his to-do list. Of course, they wouldn't be on his case if he actually paid attention and did what he...
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  • Book cover of  What's the Problem?

    What's the Problem?

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    The one thing all of us have in common is that we have to solve problems and challenges of various degrees and complexities. A lucky few among us always seem to resolve complex problems successfully by thinking critically and logically. Still, even the...
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  • Book cover of  Time to Get Started

    Time to Get Started

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    Most children (and adults) experience bouts of procrastination or avoidance behavior. It's human nature to put off tasks that are undesirable. But when those behaviors develop into a pattern that has a negative impact on that person or those in his or...
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  • Book cover of  Mindset Matters

    Mindset Matters

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    An entertaining and eye-opening look at the power of the "gonna get it done" mindset. Amelia is her name and conquering new challenges is her game! She's an up-for-any-adventure second-grader who's eager to try new things, provided nothing can go wrong...
    $10.95
  • Book cover of  My Day is Ruined!

    It Was Just Right Here!

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    In today's world, kids are overwhelmed with activities and schoolwork. Being organized is a skill that comes naturally to some people, but it can be challenging for others! For children, organizational skills can span a number of areas, such as knowing...
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  • Book cover of  Of Course It's a Big Deal!

    Of Course It's a Big Deal!

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    When children don't get what they want or expect, they often get upset and angry. Reacting calmly and appropriately during these times is an important skill for children to learn and use to be successful at home, school, and with others.  Braden,...
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  • My Day is Ruined

    My Day is Ruined!

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    Kids who have trouble adjusting to the unexpected and tend to overreact can learn four steps for achieving flexible thinking in this story. Learning how to react appropriately to challenging situations is an important executive function skill for...
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