Do you ever go to the store without a list and walk out with a bunch of things you don’t need, only to realize you forgot to buy the one thing you needed? How about when you receive an invitation in the mail and forget about the event until right before it starts?Read More
Executive Functioning (EF) skills are skills we use every single day, but often don’t realize we are using them. For example, when you make your lunch in the morning, you are planning a meal for later in the day. When you sit quietly in class or at work, you are exhibiting self-control. Most of our daily activities can be tied back to executive functioning in some way.
Far too often we see children waiting until the night before a test to start reviewing, causing undue stress. By getting into the habit of chunking (breaking down the workload into smaller, more manageable pieces) you can not only help your child get through their tests now, but also set up better study habits for the rest of their lives.