I would like to share some resources (articles, handouts, worksheets) that may be helpful as they seek to work with children and parents every day. Feel free to use and/or share them with others (Note: please be sure to follow all copyright guidelines)
Classroom Rules That Keep Students’ Attention on Learning
How to establish clear expectations, incentives, and consequences for all students in a classroom that fosters uninterrupted learning…
The 3 Rs of ADHD at School: Routines, Rules, Reminders
Never underestimate the power of a teacher who recognizes and harnesses the effectiveness of structure, communication, and interactive learning — especially for students with ADHD. Share these 10 powerful ideas with your child’s teacher to help build a lifelong love for learning!
by Chris Zeigler Dendy, M.S., and ADDitude Editors
A Teacher’s To-Do List
Bring out the best in kids with attention deficit with these seven simple steps for educators.
No Fidgeting Script
This relaxation script will help you to decrease fidgeting with your hands. This exercise will allow you to reduce anxiety to create a feeling of calm and be still, even when faced with stress.
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A Handy Reference when talking with children with Anger Issues (got it from some good workbook years ago)
Great coloring sheet with attached instructions for older students dealing with grief.
A wealth of information and ‘tips to try’ for behavioral issues in the school setting
Scholarship Sample Letter
Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)
Facts for Families: What is Oppositional Defiant Disorder?