Support Executive Functioning Skill Development by targeting meaningful motivations.
He has trouble finishing homework because he is so distracted.
They lose things everyday and can't "get it together".
She can't finish projects because she gets off topic and overwhelmed.
Making friends is hard because big emotions get in the way.
Trouble with staying focused in the classroom is impacting learning.
An executive functioning resource by The OT Toolbox.
Does any of this sound familiar?
Supporting executive functioning skill development takes practice and time.
Now you can use what motivates a person to support that development, by writing about interests, and meaningful daily tasks.
The Impulse Control Journal is your ticket to helping kids manage their impulses, strategize ways to "shift gears", and learn valuable lessons in self-regulation.
Details about The Impulse Control Journal:
80 page impulse control journal for kids to keep track of their day
This is a HUGE digital resource that you can download and print to use over and over again.
You will receive an email with a link to download the electronic file following payment. Save the document to your computer after you download it. The Impulse Control Journal is not available in print format at this time.
The Impulse Control Journal is perfect for kids who:
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