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Learn all about executive functioning skills from planning, self-control, organization, and perseverance. These are the abilities in our brains that help us accomplish tasks. Simply put, these are critical life skills for kids and teens to be successful in school and beyond! Use these free strategies, ideas, printables, and blog posts to help you! #executivefunctioning #pathway2success
Over 20 interventions and supports for helping students who struggle with planning, a key executive functioning skill necessary for success inside and outside of school. Strategies for kids and teens include activities that can be done at school and at home. Ideal for middle or high school teens. #executivefunctioning #studyskills #pathway2success
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Beware Of Junk Bunkers - What’s a junk bunker? Anything that creates space for more unnecessary stuff. Example: you need maybe four knives in a kitchen to do everything you need to do. Then you get a nice knife holder and it has twelve slots…Or the desk is overflowing with stuff. Instead of cleaning it, you buy a desk organizer (ie., a junk bunker), which allows you to stack it higher and deeper. Unfortunately junk, if stacked neatly enough, even looks valuable.