Thriving with ADHD : workbook for kids / Kelli Miller; illustrated by Sarah Rebar
By: Miller, Kelli.
Contributor(s): Rebar, Sarah [illustrator].Publisher: Emeryville, CA : Althea Press, 2018Description: xiii, 130 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781641520416.Subject(s): ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER | CHILDREN | EMOTION REGULATION | SELF CONTROL | DECISION MAKING | PLANNING STRATEGIES | JUVENILE LITERATURE
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"60 fun activities to help children self-regulate, focus, and succeed."--Cover.
Introduction for parents. - Introduction for kids. - PART ONE: ADHD AND ME: - 1. Understanding and getting to know my ADHD. - 2. My strengths and weaknesses. - PART TWO: ADHD ISN'T THE MOSS OF ME! - 3. Managing emotions, skills for anger, frustration and outbursts. - 4. Skills for focus, attention and listening (even when I'm really bored). - 5. Self control, managing impulses and making good decisions. - PART THREE: ADHD AND ME IN THE WORLD: SUCCESS AT HOME, AT SCHOOL AND WITH FRIENDS. - 6. Making habits and routines sumple and fun. - 7. Friends, communication and speaking up. - 8. A plan for making plans: homework, projects and long-term plans. - 9. I am prepared! - Resources for parents and caregivers. - Resources for kids. - Footnotes. - Index.
Everybody has things that make them extra special. For you--and millions of other kids across the world--one of those things is ADHD. Though ADHD is very common, your symptoms might make you feel frustrated, alone, or even powerless. The good news is that with the right skills and knowledge, it's possible to become the boss of your ADHD, not the the other way around. ADHD isn't in charge of your life--you are! Thriving with ADHD Workbook for Kids will give you new ways to manage your ADHD. With fun activities, you'll gain a better understanding of yourself and your ADHD, learning simple tools you can start using now to feel more confident and in control.