I’m back with an update! I’ve been taking the Hair, Skin and Nails Nourishing Complex for 5 months and wanted to update this post with another picture (at 45 days) and a little bit about the additional benefits I’ve noticed with the complex! Over the past two years I’ve had a preoccupation with hair regrowth. After chopping […]
This column from The New York Times discusses how simple games like Simon Says can improve young children's executive function skills, such as self-control and working memory, which in turn are helpful to succeeding in school.
How working memory games can improve kids’ executive function in 5 minutes a day. Perfect for those students who have trouble with multi-step directions, forget what you just told them, can't copy info down, etc.!
Tools of the Mind is a research-based early childhood program that builds strong foundations for school success by promoting intentional and self-regulated learning in preschool- and kindergarten-aged children. Tools’ instructional philosophy is rooted in cutting edge neuropsychological research on the development of self-regulation/executive functions in children.