Self-Monitoring Executive Functioning Game
This is a digital download, no physical items will be sent to you. You will see the download as either a PDF or zip file.
Practicing executive function can be fun with this Self-Monitoring Executive Function Game. Includes scenarios, ideas for strategies, and practice executive functioning skills! Play as a game with the included game board and question cards about self-monitoring.
Objective: Students will learn about and practice self-monitoring as an executive functioning skill through a hands-on game.
Can be used with students across upper elementary, middle, and early high school. Students who read, have skills at or close to grade-level, and need some executive functioning support and practice.
IDEAS FOR USE
- Teaching about self-monitoring as an executive function
- Teaching about strategies, tools, and supports
- Teaching and practicing self-advocacy
- Reminders about strengths and needs
- Re-teaching and supporting aspects of the executive function
- Person-centered plan goals
We want to support you in creating a future-focused classroom where students are more prepared for life after high school, including executive functioning. The resource supports students around executive functioning needs, so they have more hands-on practice for school and in upcoming years.
- About the Resource
- Resource Preparation
- Resource Walkthrough
- 40 Scenario Cards
- 40 Event Cards
- Full Page with color-coordinated spaces to match the scenario and event cards.
- 6 color pieces
- Student directions
- Answer Key for Scenario cards