Working Together for School Success
Check out these suggestions for getting everyone outside for some springtime family fun.
Take this checklist along on a spring scavenger hunt or nature walk. See if your family can spot all 20 items!
Staying home for Spring Break? Try a few of these boredom-busters for some family fun at home.
So, how can we challenge these worries?
What are Executive Functions?
Executive skills are not inborn; rather, they begin to develop in childhood and continue until approximately age 25. Although weak executive function is not a diagnosis or formal learning disability, it is common in individuals who think and learn differently, such as those with ADHD. Explore the links and resources below to learn more about what executive functioning is, and how teachers and parents can be instrumental in helping children overcome challenges in executive functioning.
This page provides definitions of terms associated with Executive Function, as well as links to helpful books and resources.
Click this link to learn more about EF skill-building strategies.