Helping Your Child Strengthen Their Executive Function Skills Companion Planner
Executive function skills help us access information, come up with solutions to problems, and implement those solutions. They also help us regulate our emotions and reactions to things. When executive function skills work properly, people do these things without even thinking about them. In a sense, executive functioning is almost like instinct.
Oftentimes, gifted and twice-exceptional kiddos struggle with executive function skills, and don’t do these things intuitively. They have difficulty with planning, organizing, and managing time and space. They may also struggle with their working memory. This planner is the companion to the Executive Function Skills Workbook, and will help your child on the road to improving those executive function struggles with planning broken down by month, week, and day.
This printable planner is a companion to our executive function skills workbook, and will help you and your kiddo begin to use your executive function skills to plan your days, weeks, and year. It includes:
- goal setting pages.
- daily pages.
- weekly pages.
- monthly pages.
- reflection pages.
You’ll get more than 500 interactive pages to work through alongside your child — and can reprint the planner each year to revisit the skills, strengths, and goals as your child grows and changes.