Illinois News Bureau: More physical activity, less screen time linked to better executive function in toddlers, study finds

Illinois News Bureau: More physical activity, less screen time linked to better executive function in toddlers, study finds . “Reported in The Journal of Pediatrics, the study found that 24-month-old children who spent less than 60 minutes looking at screens each day and those who engaged in daily physical activity had better executive function than those who didn’t meet the guidelines.”

MakeUseOf: 8 Time-Planning Tools to Help People With Executive Function Disorder Focus

MakeUseOf: 8 Time-Planning Tools to Help People With Executive Function Disorder Focus. “Executive function disorder (EFD) can cause problems with executive function skills such as planning and organization, managing time, and multitasking…. There are many tech tools and strategies that may help improve executive function. Here are some tools you can try to help with issues everyone struggles with from time to time: concentration and effective time planning.”

University of Maryland Baltimore: Free Video Series Can Help Kids be ‘Unstuck and On Target’

University of Maryland Baltimore: Free Video Series Can Help Kids be ‘Unstuck and On Target’ . “The series of free, educational videos are designed to support parents and caregivers tackling common emotional and behavioral topics to help children to stay organized, plan and reach their goals, be flexible thinkers and help regulate their feelings. Behavioral specialists call these skills executive functioning. By following the tips and skills in the videos, parents can help their children be successful, avoid meltdowns and negativity, and develop a shared language and ways of interacting to achieve calmer, more productive days.” There are 17 videos here. Five of them are in Spanish. You can turn on captioning (the videos are on YouTube) and the ones I spot-checked looked accurate.