Kids are asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” all the time! You can help your little one be what they want by developing their life skills! Watch for some activities to help in our video.
Executive function skills are life skills you use every day, even as an adult. They help you manage yourself and your activities. These skills begin developing as a baby but develop the most around 4-5 years old.
Executive function skills help with:
• Accomplishing goals
• Prioritizing tasks
• Problem solving
• Time management
• Emotion regulation
Your child can develop these skills through social interactions, play, and everyday activities.
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