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I Can't Find My Whatchamacallit!! Paperback – 1 Oct 2015

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Teaching kids how to independently organize is a proactive step toward supporting executive function development. Bocephus and Cletus have different approaches to organization each with unique strengths. Their experiences in handling organizational demands with their belongings at home and at school guide children through concrete steps to approach planning and organizing. This is the first children's book I have used with direct points to teach this skill! --Jill Kuzma, M.A., CCC-SLP

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(Grades K-6) Cletus and Bocephus are cousins, yet they are nothing alike. Extremely creative Cletus, can't find anything in his room. He is constantly losing things and is very disorganized and messy. Bocephus, on the other hand, is the most organized, uptight person on the planet. If Bocephus ever misplaces anything... he totally freaks out! After Cletus mom refuses to let him play with Bocephus until his room is cleaned, Bocephus steps in to help out his disorganized cousin. "Cletus... There's a home for everything. Every whatchamacallit has its spot. Let's sort through your stuff and put it where it goes. I'm organized... Cletus you're not!" This storybook is the first in the "Functioning Executive" book series. It highlights the importance of being organized in a creative, applicable way. It also spotlights the unique differences and strengths that live in all of us. This book will help teach children to understand, develop, and apply organization a vital executive function skill. Children who possess effective organizational skills can learn to manage not only daily responsibilities, but can also learn how to effectively plan ahead. Softcover, 32 pages.

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