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In reality, time is a recognition of order, duration, and pattern. It is an important part of the executive functioning skills of planning and prioritizing. As a child ages, the cognitive skills needed to conceptualize time move from an awareness of ‘now and not now’ to an understanding of past, present, and future. These instructional strategies include matching correct spoken sentence with picture; using a three section calendar for past,present, and future associations; and using verb tenses for clarity.