The holidays are a time of relaxation and family – and also a great time to work on executive functioning skills! From buying gifts to creating a guest list and preparing dinner to decorating the house, you must rely on the prefrontal cortex of your brain to help plan and execute most holiday festivities. Involving your children in these yearly tasks will help them recognize that executive functioning skills are present in every aspect of their lives.
So, round up the kids for a family meeting and try some of these tips to get them excited and ready for the holidays!
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