Executive Functions Worksheets
Executive Functions Worksheets
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Points of View’s purpose is to help individuals improve their visual-spatial abilities. In the digital version, the user is comparing directly on the screen. We’ve added an additional level of difficulty to this packet by making it a hybrid. The user no longer compares points of view directly on a screen, but they have to compare the worksheet to the screen as if they were holding a map in real life. This hybrid exercise will be a great way to practice using a map by orienting using visual-spatial skills to find the user’s unique orientation.
This worksheet is great to use with middle schoolers, older individuals, and non-English speakers or non-verbal individuals, or anyone who would like to practice using a map.
If you found this exercise to be fun, try the real-life orientation Packet #32. If you would like to practice other points of view exercise, click here →
Included inside: 6 worksheets, 24 activities, 3 videos, and bridging questions.
Earth Day was our inspiration for this packet. We love how turtles can inspire us to be strong and steady. They also encourage us to keep moving forward as we heal or overcome adversity. Our goal for this packet is to challenge your client’s planning skills. In this packet, your client will have to use different planning skills to solve the 4 different challenging exercises.
This packet has parts for all ages, but we highly recommend it for 3rd graders and older. We hope your client will be encouraged by remembering how strong turtles are.
Included inside: 33 worksheets and bridging questions.
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Don’t let this packet fool you! Easy turns hard quickly in this language-challenging packet. Language is an essential cognitive function for communication. It can be hard to express our needs without the ability to communicate. Our goal for this packet is to challenge your clients working language skills. In this packet, your client will work on sorting skills, verbal recall, and inferring skills.
In this packet, your client must use their sorting skills and verbal recall in a series of printed Pay Attention exercises. Embroidery will challenge your client’s attention to detail and scanning skills to find the typos in famous quotes. This Story is Full of Blanks will challenge your client’s inferrer skills as they use context clues to fill in the blanks properly. Seize the Keywords in this packet is a multi-dimension challenge. It starts off by having your client label the different parts of speech from within a sentence. Then it will challenge your client’s ability to memorize different parts of speech.
This packet has parts for all ages, but we highly recommend it for 6th graders and older. Your Senior clients will love the challenges it provides, and anyone who loves correcting English will love this packet as well!
Included inside: 27 worksheets and bridging questions.
We use our memory recall skills every day. Whether it is to remember where we placed our keys or recall information from a conversation, we are constantly using our memory recall skills. This packet aims to help individuals improve their memory function by stimulating different cognitive functions involved with memory recall.
We opened this packet with several The Right Count exercises. We included these types of activities as a way to warm up visual recognization skills and executive function sorting skills. After your patient’s visual cortex is warmed up. They will have to use their spatial memory in an Object, Where are You series of exercises. There are two ways to present the next tasks. Option one is to reud the voicemail to your patient out loud and engage their auditory process skills before they answer the questions. Or you can allow them to read the section to themselves. Both of these activities will warm up their verbal memory skills. The last section of this packet is a printed version of Around the World in 80 Trips. This exercise uses all of the previous skills to challenge your patient’s memory recall skills.
The interactive and sometimes challenging tasks in this packet are an excellent resource for your memory activity collection. Working on the memory activities in this packet may improve your patient’s memory recall ability. We recommend this packet for Teens, individuals looking for memory activities, and seniors.
Included inside: 38 worksheets and bridging questions.
Are you working on arithmetic reasoning with your patients? We’ve bundled a series of our arithmetic reasoning worksheets together to help you quickly find fun arithmetic reasoning activities to do with your patients.
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Bundles are a great way to buy more but for a discount. If you were to buy all of these packets separately, you would pay more than $60+. Because we’ve bundled it, you’re getting an instant saving of over 20%!
What’s included inside: Instant PDF downloads of 4 packets and 1 mini packet or 94 unique worksheets.
This packet aims to help individuals recognize items to improve their spatial awareness by studying unique key features of different objects. We hope your patient can better find themselves on a map.
We started this packet with an ancient writing task. In this task, your patient must study figures and discover which character does not appear in the section above. This will challenge their attention and working memory. Sleight of Hands is the next task. This exercise challenges your patient’s visual-spatial ability by having them mentally compare and decide if the picture displayed is a left or right hand. After that, Gulf Stream is the next task in this packet. Gulf Stream challenges your patient’s ability to remember objects and recall them as they appear on the screen. This printed version will challenge your patient’s ability to identify and find a snowflake in a mess of other snowflakes. Finally, the final exercise will test all the skills used in the previous activity. Points of View will challenge your patient’s spatial ability as your patient will try to figure out where you are on a map of objects.
In conclusion, we believe your patient will have fun completing this packet. The tasks are interactive and enjoyable, from noticing and remembering small details to mentally manipulating objects. Working on all the exercises in this packet may improve your patient’s spatial awareness. We recommend this packet for kids aged 6+, non-verbal individuals, and individuals who want to get better at figuring out where they are in time and space.
Included inside: 39 worksheets and bridging questions.
Counting down the New Year just got fun with this printable version of our digital exercise, The Right Count. Your patient’s Executive Functions may just be fully engaged with these worksheets. Your patient will have to read a box of numbers, remember where odd and even numbers are, and then sort them according to the instructions. This packet will progressively get more challenging as the quantity of numbers increases and the gaps become larger. For added challenges, try using a timer and see how long your patient takes to complete this task.
We hope your patients will enjoy this New Years themed packet! Perfect for warm-up, groups, non-English speakers, and children learning numbers.
Included: 12 worksheets, answer key, and bridging questions.
A wintery wonderland fills the pages of this holiday-influenced language-based worksheets packet. Your patient’s verbal memory will be engaged with this fun Split Word influence packet. This packet will progressively get harder as the puzzles continue. What may seem as easy will soon become tough as the fragments of words become more, and the hints become less. We hope your patients will enjoy this holiday-themed packet! It will be great to use as a warm-up or in a group setting!
This packet is great for kids learning how to spell, adults working on language recall, and anyone who wants to engage their brains.
Included: 9 worksheets and bridging questions.
Verbal Focus and Recall are the focus of this fun packet of worksheets. Your patients will have 35 unique pages of language-based exercises that may help with these skills. This packet will start by warming up their attention and sorting skills with some fun Private Eye and Hurray for Change exercises. After they complete those two segments, the harder verbal focus and recall exercises will begin. Your patient will decode a box of letters to find what word is embroidered within the grid. Verbal attention and verbal recall are challenged with these Embroidery exercises. Lastly, your patient will have to solve some Writing in the Stars exercises. Writing in the Stars will challenge your patient’s verbal processing, verbal attention, and verbal planning skills.
We recommend this packet for kids aged 8+ and individuals who want to work on their verbal skills.
Included inside: 35 worksheets and bridging questions.
If your patient’s favorite season is fall or autumn, this packet is for them. Our cognitive flexibility exercise, Hurray for Change, takes on a fall seasonally apparel. Work on your patient’s cognitive flexibility or ability to switch between different stimuli to create a path connecting both sets of stimuli as fast and as smoothly as possible. The lower levels of this packet will require your patient to connect items numerically or alphabetically. This will be great for individuals who are learning to read or want to improve their letter and word categorization. The upper levels will change your patient’s ability to switch between numerical and language stimuli. Executive function, language comprehension, and working memory are all challenged in this mini packet.
This packet is great for all ages! Everyone can and should work on their cognitive flexibility, regardless of age. Try using this with your patients with aphasia and ask them to read out each word.
Included: 9 worksheets, bridging questions, and an answer key.
Who can it be now? In this hybrid packet, your patient will have the opportunity to listen to numerous voicemails and answer questions regarding them. This will challenge both your patient’s auditory processing, working memory, and attention skills. The packet starts easy and then progresses as the voicemail becomes longer and the questions become harder.
Challenge your patient’s visual scanning and semantic memory in this mini packet! Your client must scan the letter grid to determine what word is hidden within the grid. These worksheets are printable versions of our digital exercise, Embroidery. As your client progresses, the hints will decrease, and the difficulty of the words will increase. This entire packet is around the theme of objects found within the ocean.
This packet will be great for individuals looking to challenge their ability to use their visual scanning ability and draw information and conclude what words are presented. Use this within your post-stroke support groups, inside of your classrooms of middle schoolers, or as an earth day activity to do with your patients.
Include inside: 10 worksheets, answer keys, and bridging questions.