Thriving with ADHD Workbook for Kids: 60 Fun Activities to Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, and Succeed
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Help your child understand and manage their ADHD with engaging activities for kids ages 7 to 12
With the right tools, kids can learn to think positively about their ADHD and see it as a special asset. Thriving with ADHD is filled with easy exercises to help your child with the many facets of ADHD, from self-control and organization to getting tasks done and making friends―so they can flourish at home, school, and beyond.
Kids will learn to reframe the way they think about ADHD as they discover their own unique talents. With fun activities that engage their busy minds, this workbook offers a strength-based approach to help your child gain a better understanding of themselves, their ADHD, and the simple things they can do to feel more confident and in control.
This ADHD workbook for kids includes:
- An overview of ADHD―Teach your child about common symptoms, different ADHD types, and how ADHD can be an advantage.
- Skill-building exercises―Establish key executive functioning skills, like dealing with anger and frustration, staying focused, controlling impulses, and communicating effectively.
- Action-oriented learning―Help kids thrive in their daily lives with fun lessons for creating a morning routine, making a homework chart, expressing themselves when they’re upset, and more.
Show your child how to harness their unique gifts and live life to the fullest with their ADHD―this practical workbook will help guide the way.
From the Publisher
Show kids with ADHD how to harness their strengths with:
An introduction to ADHD
Kids can explore what ADHD is, the different types, and how it affects boys and girls in unique ways.
Activities for building key skills
Simple exercises teach your child executive functioning skills, like staying focused, regulating strong emotions, and making mindful decisions.
Help your child flourish with lessons for creating a bedtime ritual, a morning routine, long-term plans for their future, and more.