ADHD: A Gift in Disguise -- Kids with ADHD have problems, true, but Jacque's experience has revealed the positive aspects of the condition. Children with ADHD tend to be creative, unafraid of risks, resilient, and forgiving, and there's a lot they can give to the world. Read: http://www.sharewik.com/blogs/item/a-gift-in-disguise
Anger Management Foldable Activities - Spring Themed
These anger management foldables are a great way to teach your kids to identify anger, understand anger triggers, and use coping skills. They are perfect for individual and group counseling lessons. Students will be able to keep the foldables as a reminder of ways to calm down. They can also be placed into interactive notebooks. Great for students with ADHD!
Why Punishments Don't Work (And What Works Better!)
5 Tips to Teach Kids with ADHD Better Focus & Self-Control (through Yoga) Practice Making Eye Contact Model and Instill a Can-Do Attitude Practice Listening and Giving Feedback Practice Stillness Encourage Setting Goals and Making Plans…”
Bilingualism in the preschool years can significantly alter a child’s beliefs about the world, according to a new study by Concordia University. In contrast to their monolingual peers, children exposed to more than one language after age three believe.