Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a brain disorder that can impact your child's ability to learn in a traditional setting. If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD, he/she may need some additional tools in order to be successful in school. The good news is that there is a lot of research out there that shows that by allowing your child to move more, teaching coping strategies, and giving frequent breaks, their learning outcomes can be very positive. Discover engaging educational games, sensory tools, fidgets, calm down techniques and more on Educents.
Planning, Time Management and Organization ...
This digital download presents strategies and methods that help to guide, structure, and support students in the areas of planning, time management, and organization - commonly known as executive... Read More
Proven & Practical Study Strategies for...
This is an impressive guide with novel study skills just for ADHD high school and college students. The strategies are easy-to-implement and work in rigorous academic environments. There is also a... Read More
Cheepie: Group 2: Five easy kids songs to ...
5 easy traditional kid songs set up to play by Color! Here are 5 traditional kid songs transcribed for color coded play on piano, keyboard, xylophone, colored tubes, or other tapped instrument.