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!

  • My Day is Ruined

    My Day is Ruined!

    $10.95
    Kids who have trouble adjusting to the unexpected and tend to overreact can learn four steps for flexible thinking. Learning how to react appropriately to challenging situations is an important executive function skill. Braden was so excited for his...
    $10.95
  • Book cover of  What Were You Thinking?

    What Were You Thinking?

    $10.95
    Strengthen executive function skills and empower impetuous young people with a humorous story about an impulsive third-grader. Teach students a strategy of four simple steps for stopping, thinking, and decision-making. Third-grader Braden loves to be the...
    $10.95
  • Book cover of  That Rule Doesn't Apply to Me!

    That Rule Doesn't Apply to Me!

    $10.95
    Noodle is having a rough couple of days. The rules keep getting in the way of his fun! Rules for this and rules for that. There are so many rules - too many rules! Rules stink! Noodle has no use for obeying rules at home, or school. He argues about the...
    $10.95
  • Book cover of  Table Talk

    Table Talk

    $10.95
    Funny rhymes and colorful illustrations help young readers learn the social skills they need when they sit for a meal. Written from the Table’s point of view, kids are empowered and gain social competence as they learn about acceptable as well as...
    $10.95
  • Book cover of  Zest: Live It!

    ZEST: Live It!

    $9.95
    Generate more energy and enthusiasm in teens and pre-teens. Help young people understand the thrill of finding the passion and joy life has to offer, regardless of the challenges they face. We’ve all been there before. Dark, gloomy Monday mornings...
    $9.95
  • Book cover of  The Garden in My Mind

    The Garden in My Mind

    $12.95
    Set the tone for positive classroom behavior with kids in grades K-5. To be read aloud to younger students or read independently by 3rd-5th graders, teachers can establish clear expectations about both positive and negative behaviors. Using garden...
    $12.95