Great ideas for summer learning for all kids…not just kids with ADHD.
12 Teacher Terms Demystified. This list of commonly used early childhood terms can help you understand what the teacher means when he/she talks about what and how your child is learning.
Emotional Intelligence – Tips for Facilitating Emotional Intelligence in Kids.
33 ways to raise happy, healthy children!
Encouraging kids to use their hands brings out unsaid, and often correct ideas, which then makes them more open to instruction and more likely to learn.
Time to slow down… and let our kids slow down too. Less really is more!
Block play helps develop social and emotional growth. Blocks help children learn to take turns and share materials, develop new friendships, become self-reliant, increase attention span, cooperate with others, and develop self-esteem.
Many children suffer from anxiety. Parents and teachers can learn strategies to help.
Great advice for parents about helping kids reduce stress and increase attention skills through mindfulness
Discipline is a never ending challenge for many parents & teachers. How about asking “Curiosity Questions”? Curiosity Questions invite a child to think and use his/her power instead of defying your direct orders. For example, “What is you plan to do your homework?” goes farther than “do your homework!
8 Sentence Starters to Use when Talking to Teachers Sometimes it’s not what you say but how you say it. If you want to effectively communicate with your child’s teacher, try these sentence starters.
If your child’s learning and attention issues cause him to have a hard time making friends, there are ways to improve his social skills.”
Not just for kids with ADHD. Sometimes we need to “forget the shoulds” and do what works!
Top 10 Routine Builders: Organization Help for ADHD Children
Think about it… Critical Thinking