And Making Priorities isn't in My Plans Ages 8-12 Planning and prioritizing are two of the most difficult executive function skills to master. Planning effectively is the thinking skill that helps develop strategies to accomplish goals. It allows you to think about completing a task before it is started. Prioritizing effectively helps make the best choices possible. This storybook, part of the â€śFunctioning Executiveâ€ť book series, highlights the importance of planning and prioritizing. It also spotlights our unique differences and strengths. This book will help children determine the necessary steps, in order, towards fulfilling a goal (a vital executive function skill). Children who possess effective prioritizing skills can learn to manage not only daily responsibilities, but also how to prepare for future success.
Category:Education/Classroom Subcategory:Kindergarten - Gr. 12 Series:Executive Function Author:Cook, Julia