Executive Functions: Initiative Drawing Pages

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Initiative Drawing Pages: 3 sheets

Initiative is an executive function and is defined as the ability to begin a task or activity and to independently generate ideas, responses, or problem-solving strategies. Students with weaknesses in this area are easily identified because they often take an unusually long time to begin activities. When asked why they haven't started a task, they often say they don't have any ideas or can't think of anything.

The purpose of these pages is to challenge students to generate ideas quickly. Students are given a base image and must use that image to create their own picture. After drawing their picture, they must give their creation a descriptive title.

I recommend giving students a time limit to complete each drawing/title in order to challenge their quick thinking skills. Allowing two minutes or so for each of the nine boxes = 20 minute initiative boosting activity.

Foster Love is a store that seeks to provide simple activities that challenge the more basic but necessary skills needed for overall academic success. Please continue to visit my store as I create items to exercise visual discrimination, processing, the executive functions, motor skills, and much more!
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Executive Functions: Initiative Drawing Pages
Executive Functions: Initiative Drawing Pages
Executive Functions: Initiative Drawing Pages