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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  Winners Don't Whine and Whiners Don't Win

    Winners Don't Whine and Whiners Don't Win!

    $9.95
    This creative story addresses two very challenging topics: winning and whining. When Wendell has one of those days where nothing seems to go his way, his mom helps him understand that everything in life doesn’t have to be a contest and losing does...
    $9.95
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  • Book cover of  The Procrastinator

    The PROcrastinator

    $10.95
    "My name is Norman David Edwards, but everybody calls me Noodle. Sometimes I get into trouble because I kinda, sorta, like to put things off. It's not that I don't plan on doing what needs to get done, I just like to choose when to do it." Noodle has a...
    $10.95
  • Book cover of  Cheaters Never Prosper

    Cheaters Never Prosper

    $10.95
    "My name is Norman David Edwards, but everybody calls me Noodle. Today at school, I had the worst day ever!" Noodle's really done it this time! What should have been a friendly competition among classmates turns sour after Noodle cheats his way to...
    $10.95
  • Book cover of  13 & Counting: Rescue Me?

    13 & Counting: Rescue Me?

    $22.95
    This book offers strategies and activities that inspire youth to develop better problem-solving skills, gain more autonomy in the decisions they make, and cultivate an optimistic outlook on life's problems, stresses, and difficult situations. Teaching...
    $22.95
  • Book Covers of Is There an App for That? Storybook and Activity Guide

    Is There An App for That? Bundle

    $25.50
    Magic Apps promise to make Hailey taller, faster, smarter, and so much more! Join Hailey on her comical adventure as she tries app after app, trying to be someone she just isn't, and begins to realize that trying to be like others isn't all it's cracked...
    $25.50
  • 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 achieving flexible thinking in this story. Learning how to react appropriately to challenging situations is an important executive function skill for...
    $10.95
  • Book cover of  The Power of a Positive No

    The Power of a Positive No

    $10.95
    Willie Bohanon & Friends Learn the Power of Resisting Peer Pressure 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...
    $10.95
  • Book cover of  What Were You Thinking?

    What Were You Thinking?

    $10.95
    When you're a child, it's not easy controlling your impulse reactions - kids do things before they think all the time. Strengthen executive function skills and empower impetuous young people with a humorous story about an impulsive third-grader. Teach...
    $10.95