Thriving With Adhd Workbook For Kids: 60 Fun Activities To Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, And Succeed
  • Thriving With Adhd Workbook For Kids: 60 Fun Activities To Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, And Succeed
  • Thriving With Adhd Workbook For Kids: 60 Fun Activities To Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, And Succeed
  • Thriving With Adhd Workbook For Kids: 60 Fun Activities To Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, And Succeed
  • Thriving With Adhd Workbook For Kids: 60 Fun Activities To Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, And Succeed
  • Thriving With Adhd Workbook For Kids: 60 Fun Activities To Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, And Succeed
  • Thriving With Adhd Workbook For Kids: 60 Fun Activities To Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, And Succeed
  • Thriving With Adhd Workbook For Kids: 60 Fun Activities To Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, And Succeed
  • Thriving With Adhd Workbook For Kids: 60 Fun Activities To Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, And Succeed
  • Thriving With Adhd Workbook For Kids: 60 Fun Activities To Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, And Succeed
  • Thriving With Adhd Workbook For Kids: 60 Fun Activities To Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, And Succeed
ISBN: 1641520418
EAN13: 9781641520416
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 26, 2018
Pages: 148
Dimensions: 1" H x 10" L x 8" W
Weight: 1.11 lbs.
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Book Overview

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.

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5
   Amazing for ADD/ADHD kids!!
This is a great book! My child wants me to have more pages. It really explains things to a child. It makes them great because they know all about ADHD. It must get that way. !
 
5
   Buy this, if your kid has ADHD.
The book is called SuperB. Each morning before school, I sit down with my son and we do one activity together. He loves thinking about feelings and knows how to deal with them. This book has helped me teach my son some serious emotional intelligence, as well as self-love and acceptance. This would work for older kids as well. I'm very grateful to have found this book. To whoever wrote it, thank you. My son has a better life thanks to you. It was literally.
 
5
   Designed for children
My son likes this book. It helps them learn more about themselves in child like terms if they are described as a strength.
 
5
   She is on point...she nailed it😃
I made notes and used some of the activities to help the children understand themselves, it was a blessing.
 
5
   Great resource for counselors
This is a great resource for therapists. There are some fun activities to do. The author puts on positive spins on the fact that kids with attention deficit disorder tend to be creative, big hearted, and full of curiosity.
 
5
   Good for parent and son
I bought this to use for my son. I enjoyed reading this with him. A very nice book for a boy.
 
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   In no condition to be sold - print quality is awful
The print quality of the book is terrible, so I can't comment on the author's content. There were many printing issues and there were black streaks on multiple pages. The book is not in good condition to be sold.
 
4
   Great conversation starter
The book I bought was about anger. The book has a positive spin and opens things up for dialogue. The book seems similar to the anger book as far as purpose, but I haven't used it with my students yet. The book is well made and visually appealing.
 
5
   AWESOME book
We finished the book in a few days. We loved it so much that she couldn't put it down. When we first started it, I was a little worried that it was too advanced for my child. The paragraphs are long and hard to hold on to for a child with ADD. But I was wrong. I remind her that it's important to get all the information so we can better understand it. She goes back and reads it, or allows me to read it aloud. She is benefiting from this book. She likes to do it in her bed with me. It's not advanced for her. We are flying through it. It is really interesting to her.
 
5
   Incredible book!
The book is amazing. I did not read much of the first chapter. The second chapter was enjoyable for my daughter and I. It made her feel better about herself and made us closer. She has more confidence in her abilities.
 
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