Investigating links between theory of mind (ToM) and behavioral control in children advance our understanding of socialization and the development of self-regulation processes. The present study explores relations between ToM and behavioral control in children of primary school age. The Hanoi Tower task (1), Kogan task of combining attributes (2), the ABC of Mood task (3) and a series of neuropsychological tasks (4) assessed behavioral control. A visual perspective understanding task (1), false belief understanding task (2), understanding of intentions in a situation of deception (3), and reading mind in the eyes task (4) assessed ToM. Thirty children participated in the study ( M age = 7.10 years, 20 males). We found that ToM does not correlate with behavioral control. It is likely that at primary school age, ToM and behavioral control become more differentiated and independent from each other, compared to earlier childhood ages. Moreover, the lack of interrelation between ToM and behavioral control might be a result of the dynamics of development: ToM in general is developed by the age of 6-7 years, while behavioral control continues to develop intensively at this age.