Chores Support Executive Functions: Here’s How

In my book, 50 Tips to Help Students Succeed, I devote a chapter to chores. Not only are chores important for teaching adult skills like cooking, cleaning and managing money, but they also support our child’s executive functions.

The infographic below is taken from page 140, and describes the specific executive functions that are engaged when doing or planning chores. I hope you find it enlightening!


Chores to help develop executive functions

About the Author Marydee Sklar

Marydee Sklar is the president of Executive Functioning Success and the creator of the Seeing My Time Program®. She is an educator and author of three books on executive functions, as well as a trainer and speaker. Marydee has more than twenty-five years of experience working with students and adults with executive function challenges.

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