Six Holiday Gift Ideas that help students work smarter not harder!
Are you looking for gift ideas to help students who struggle with executive function skills? Here are six to help you get organized, keep track of important stuff, declutter, and be more productive. This list is for high school and college students, but parents can also benefit.
- Apple Air Tag and Accessories: These are fabulous for anyone who misplaces their wallets, keys, backpacks, etc. Attach the tag, and it links to Apple's Find My app. If the AirTag is separated from its owner and out of Bluetooth range, the Find My network can help to track it down. https://www.apple.com/shop/accessories/all/airtag
- The iPhone Leather Wallet with MagSafe is the perfect gift to simplify and keep track of essential items such as id, wallet, and phone in one place. The support from the Find My app notifies you and also helps track it down. iPhone Leather Wallet with MagSafe - Golden Brown
- Phomemo Bluetooth Label Maker: A label maker that helps you create labels to organize your clutter. It's rechargeable and connects to your phone via Bluetooth. It offers templates and fonts for a personalized organization. Phomemo D30 Label Maker, Label Makers Machine with Tape inkless Small Bluetooth Label Printer Mini Sticker Maker Compatible with iOS + Android,Color Pink
- Acrylic Wall Inbox Calendar Desk Set by Russell + Hazel: This organizational system mounts to the wall and comes equipped with a calendar, hook, valet, and holder for your favorite writing utensils. It's clean and simple, allowing you to focus on one week at a time. Acrylic Wall Inbox | russell+hazell
- Home-X Do Not Forget Door Knob Organizer: This bright red doorknob organizer says "DO NOT FORGET!" on it. A simple way to store keys, glasses, phones, iPods, and much more. Place it on the doorknob where you exit from, and it becomes a visual checklist to remind you what to take with you when you leave. Home-X Do Not Forget Door Knob Organizer.
- The Erin Condren Academic Planner: This planner is for you for students who struggle with consistency and time management. It has an assignment tracker page, a place to write your class schedule, assignments, and due dates on the weekly planning pages. https://www.erincondren.com/
Do you know someone who has a hard time getting things done? Did you know that there is an area of the brain dedicated to executive function skills? Executive function skills help people pay attention, manage time, plan, organize, and remember things. When these skills are weak, they hugely affect how a person manages relationships, jobs, and life.
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