We are enjoying the questions colleagues and members of our community are asking about how to improve children’s cognitive and self-regulation skills in everyday life. 

Here we answer a parent question, “How can I improve my child’s cognitive skills in everyday life?”

We chose the example of morning routines as they provide a great opportunity to practice planning, sequencing, inhibition and narrative language.


Find the FREE IMAGES here to print and read 70 Play Activities to start building your toolkit to help children be more skillful and confident. 


 

We develop research-based tools, activities, and strategies to improve children’s thinking, self-regulation, learning, and behavior by increasing their executive and social-emotional skill sets. Bloom (Kenney & Young, 2015) helps parents collaborate and calm their anxious, angry and over-the-top kids building better thinking, coping and relationship skills. 70 Play Activities (Kenney & Comizio, 2016) provides activities, worksheets, and strategies to teachers, school counselors, and school psychologists to help children learn new #EF and #SEL skills.

Our goal is to change the trajectory of children’s learning with joy, empowerment, and respect. Join our motivated community of over 10,000 educators, parents & clinicians and get the news about workshops, activities, and research here.

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