Executive Functions Worksheets
The Premier Clinician Resource for Stimulating Executive Functioning Skills
Are you ready to enhance your toolkit of executive functioning activities and help your client improve their organization, planning, and decision-making processes? Then look no further! We offer a variety of PDF downloads designed to empower clinicians to have the resources to make cognitive remediation of executive functioning fun!
Executive Functions Worksheets
Our collection of executive functions worksheets covers a wide range of exercises that may improve your client’s cognitive abilities. These worksheets are meticulously crafted to enhance your skills in areas such as time management, organization, problem-solving, and decision-making. With our PDF downloads, you conveniently build therapy plans using these exercises and use them directly with your clients. If you are not a clinician, you can use these to engage your cognitive skills as well!
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Welcome to our first hybrid packet ever! In this packet, you will see a series of numbers, letters, or combinations of both and have to recall them in the order they are presented. Based on the exercise Pay Attention, this packet will challenge executive functioning skills such as working memory and metacognition. Test your memory skills and get a sneak peek at going digital with this hybrid digital cognitive exercise packet!
Ready to play basketball? Shoot hoops and build executive functioning skills at the same time! Mentally manipulate basketballs in as few moves as possible to score the most points in this game of hoops! This packet utilizes skills such as flexibility, perseverance and self-control, and is great for anyone who is looking to have fun while honing their executive functioning abilities!
Try your hand at making your own holiday ornaments, and recalling what they look like. This holiday themed packet will challenge your visual memory as you create and recall different ornaments. This packet uses executive functioning skills such as working memory, metacognition and organization.
Deductive reasoning is the main focus of this packet. Deductive reasoning is used during any planning and decision-making cognitive functions. In this packet, your client will perform varying exercises. They will have to move basketballs mentally. Decipher what a symbol could symbolically mean in a mathematical equation. Complete a variety of mathematical equations ranging from easy to complex. And lastly, move rings on a stick to build various towers. These exercises will challenge their abilities to inhibit unwanted responses, shift between tasks, perform mental manipulations, and make choices.
Your students will enjoy the mental challenges needed to complete these tasks. This packet is great for clients with attention deficit disorder, brain injury, stroke, or experiencing cognitive difficulties related to psychosis.
included inside: 20 worksheets and bridging questions.
Trick or Treat! Clients will work on focus and self-monitoring themselves in this exercise. This packet is great for anyone who is looking to improve their executive functioning skills and challenge themselves! Keep an eye out for spooky sights and findings in this Halloween themed attention packet!
Traveling is an exciting activity! In this mini packet, you will travel across Canada. You will start at one location and have to arrive at a specific destination. Choose your trip, and keep track of the places you see along the way! Clients will practice organization and planning skills as they continue through this exercise!
Are you a problem solver? Use deductive reasoning to solve quotes and crack the code behind different characters. Clients will put skills such as organization and planning into play for this exercise. This Mini Packet is great for clients who want to practice problem solving skills and apply them to real life situations!
Are you looking for verbal reasoning activities? Then look no further. Verbal reasoning is how we can understand complex sentences. As you read, your brain breaks apart the complexity into smaller and easy-to-digest. This packet is filled with exercises that may help to improve verbal reasoning skills.
The first exercise is based on the digital exercise, Hurray for Change. In this exercise, you must correctly sequence letters, words, and numbers alphabetically and numerically. We put this exercise first to help warm up your brain, as you will use these skills later in the packet. After this exercise, you will have three other verbal reasoning activities. We hope this packet will help you learn strategies to think critically by using the given information, process information effectively, and then take affirmative action.
This packet will be great for kids 8+, individuals who have had a stroke, or individuals who have aphasia. Additionally, individuals with executive functioning deficits, trouble processing verbal information, or anyone who wants to challenge their verbal reasoning skills may enjoy these activities as well.
Included inside: 22 worksheets and bridging questions.
Excited for warm weather? Embrace the summer by picking fruit from a fruit stand and practice your attention skills! Search for the odd fruit out so that all the fruit in the basket is the same. Clients have the chance to work on attention and organization in this fruit filled Mini Packet!
Does your patient love to be in the garden or outside? Does the sight of butterflies and bugs bring them joy? If so, download this fun and engaging visual attention worksheet packet. This completely non-verbal packet will help build anyone’s attention and executive function skills.
This packet starts by challenging your patient’s ability to spot the difference in a bug-themed Private Eye activity. The next activity will be the dance of the bugs. Each bug will dance a specific pattern in a sea of bugs. Your patient will have to figure out which bug is dancing which dance. This activity uses attention, executive function, and deductive reasoning skills. The following exercise group involves attention and deciphering skills when your patient has to figure out which piece is missing from which bug. Your patient must study the potential pieces and determine which will solve the broken butterfly. Finally, the last exercise section will use their fine motor and attention skills. Catch the ladybug becomes printable and colorful in these last activities. Your patient will have to ignore the additional bugs to find all of the ladybugs in the images.
In this packet, you will be challenged to complete attention-based skills. You will practice staying on task, finding anomalies in a set of information, recognizing patterns, and comparing and contrasting objects. This packet is an excellent workout for your frontal lobe. This packet will be great for preschoolers to seniors. Anyone who loves summer or bugs will enjoy this packet as well.
Included inside: 18 worksheets and bridging questions.
Try your hand at ancient Greek! Practice your attention skills by recognizing Greek characters. Clients will also identify which characters have been substituted in this Olympic attention packet! This Mini Packet is great to use to practice focus and attention!
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What is Executive Functions?
Executive functions refer to the cognitive processes involved in inhibition, decision-making, problem-solving, learning, and retrieving the correct information we have learned previously to complete a task.
Executive functioning occurs in the frontal lobes of the brain, which have many connections to other vital areas, such as the limbic system for emotion regulation. Given that, any work on executive functioning may just improve an individuals ability to emotionally regulate.
Why should I use your Executive Functioning Worksheets for Adults?
In truth, if you’re searching for comprehensive executive functioning worksheets for adults in PDF format, you’re in the right place. Our PDF downloads address various aspects of executive function, including working memory, cognitive flexibility, and emotional regulation. All while looking fun and not childish. We have a team of graphic designers who work on our products.
Do you have other activities?
Yes, we do! All of our worksheets are based on our digital tool, HappyNeuron Pro. If you enjoy using these worksheets we highly recommend checking out the capabilities of our digital tool. Additionally, by integrating our digital tool, you may just save yourself time and money all while building a strong therapeutic toolbox.
Why do you have Executive Functioning Activities for Adults?
Executive functioning is essential for success in both personal and professional life. Without strong executive functioning skills, individuals may have lower mental agility, an inability to stress management, and trouble with goal setting. Additionally, some new research suggests that strengthening executive functioning skills helps psychosis. Check out some of our recent research →
Why Choose HappyNeuron Pro's Executive Functions Worksheets?
Expertly Designed: Our worksheets and activities are designed by experts who specialize in enhancing executive functions for adults.
Proven Results: Many individuals have benefited from our resources, experiencing improved executive functioning skills and life satisfaction. If your client enjoys these, check out our digital exercises for executive function →
Convenient PDF Format: Download, print, and engage in executive functioning exercises at your own convenience.
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