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Thriving with ADHD Workbook for Kids: 60 Fun Activities to Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, and Succeed

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Thriving with ADHD: Workbook for Kids offers boys and girls the tools they need to understand and manage their ADHD for a happy, healthy life. For millions of kids who live with ADHD, feelings of loneliness, frustration, and helplessness are all too common. Thriving with ADHD is a workbook specially designed to helps kids with ADHD develop essential skills for managing Thriving with ADHD: Workbook for Kids offers boys and girls the tools they need to understand and manage their ADHD for a happy, healthy life. For millions of kids who live with ADHD, feelings of loneliness, frustration, and helplessness are all too common. Thriving with ADHD is a workbook specially designed to helps kids with ADHD develop essential skills for managing their ADHD symptoms, while also providing a powerful message of hope and encouragement for their future.In Thriving with ADHD family therapist Kelli Miller draws upon both her professional expertise, as well as her experience as the mother of two ADHD children, to help kids reframe the way they think about ADHD and discover that they have special talents that are unique to them. With fun activities that engage their busy minds, Thriving with ADHD offers kids a better understanding of themselves, their ADHD, and the simple things they can do to feel more confident and in control.Thriving with ADHD includes: An overview of ADHD that includes common symptoms, ADHD types, how ADHD can be an asset, and areas where kids could use additional support. Exercises that build helpful skills for dealing with anger, staying focused, controlling impulses, and making mindful decisions. Action-oriented lessons for daily life that teach practical tools such as creating a morning routine, making a homework chart, and expressing themselves when they’re upset. Techniques for self-regulation and organization that help kids handle any emotion or obstacle, so they can spend their energy having fun and just being kids! Though ADHD is very common, its symptoms can make life challenging for kids. Through the knowledgeable guidance and support in Thriving with ADHD kids will see that ADHD isn’t in charge of their lives—they are.


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Thriving with ADHD: Workbook for Kids offers boys and girls the tools they need to understand and manage their ADHD for a happy, healthy life. For millions of kids who live with ADHD, feelings of loneliness, frustration, and helplessness are all too common. Thriving with ADHD is a workbook specially designed to helps kids with ADHD develop essential skills for managing Thriving with ADHD: Workbook for Kids offers boys and girls the tools they need to understand and manage their ADHD for a happy, healthy life. For millions of kids who live with ADHD, feelings of loneliness, frustration, and helplessness are all too common. Thriving with ADHD is a workbook specially designed to helps kids with ADHD develop essential skills for managing their ADHD symptoms, while also providing a powerful message of hope and encouragement for their future.In Thriving with ADHD family therapist Kelli Miller draws upon both her professional expertise, as well as her experience as the mother of two ADHD children, to help kids reframe the way they think about ADHD and discover that they have special talents that are unique to them. With fun activities that engage their busy minds, Thriving with ADHD offers kids a better understanding of themselves, their ADHD, and the simple things they can do to feel more confident and in control.Thriving with ADHD includes: An overview of ADHD that includes common symptoms, ADHD types, how ADHD can be an asset, and areas where kids could use additional support. Exercises that build helpful skills for dealing with anger, staying focused, controlling impulses, and making mindful decisions. Action-oriented lessons for daily life that teach practical tools such as creating a morning routine, making a homework chart, and expressing themselves when they’re upset. Techniques for self-regulation and organization that help kids handle any emotion or obstacle, so they can spend their energy having fun and just being kids! Though ADHD is very common, its symptoms can make life challenging for kids. Through the knowledgeable guidance and support in Thriving with ADHD kids will see that ADHD isn’t in charge of their lives—they are.

30 review for Thriving with ADHD Workbook for Kids: 60 Fun Activities to Help Children Self-Regulate, Focus, and Succeed

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    This is on kindle unlimited so I looked through it. The activities mainly focus on emotional help, which is not something my child struggles with. I am finding it almost impossible to find books just for inattentive ADHD. This book would be good for children who struggle with emotional issues and who like to draw as most of the activities are drawing. I would definitely get through library or kindle unlimited before purchasing to see if you like it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Avery Ellison

    This is great for the young kiddo who can read/write/comprehend what is going on with them. Maybe 2nd grade up. It's too advanced for my not yet kinder who is showing a bunch of symptoms as we're navigating diagnosis. That being said, I'll keep it in my back pocket for when he's older and some of the strategies for my 5th graders. This is great for the young kiddo who can read/write/comprehend what is going on with them. Maybe 2nd grade up. It's too advanced for my not yet kinder who is showing a bunch of symptoms as we're navigating diagnosis. That being said, I'll keep it in my back pocket for when he's older and some of the strategies for my 5th graders.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Molly

    Well written and thought out - these activities are very helpful!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Matthew K Clingempeel

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  5. 5 out of 5

    Michele

    Very interesting book full of helpful advice.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kristi Bernard

    What is ADHD? The letters are short for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. This condition or difficulty is when the brain doesn’t necessarily function normally. It affects people in different ways. Millions of children have ADHD. Author Kelli Miller has helped dozens of children learn how to manage their ADHD. In Part One of this guide Miller is introducing readers to the different types of ADHD such as Primarily Hyperactive-Impulsive, Primarily Inattentive and Combined Type. A list of sym What is ADHD? The letters are short for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. This condition or difficulty is when the brain doesn’t necessarily function normally. It affects people in different ways. Millions of children have ADHD. Author Kelli Miller has helped dozens of children learn how to manage their ADHD. In Part One of this guide Miller is introducing readers to the different types of ADHD such as Primarily Hyperactive-Impulsive, Primarily Inattentive and Combined Type. A list of symptoms and how to talk to people about the ADHD condition are also shared. There are 5 activities included to test readers about what they’ve learned. Readers can learn a lot about ADHD from Miller and with the activities and the chances of retaining what was learned are pretty good. There are nine sections to this workbook. Each building up to help readers better understand how to manage their ADHD, how to communicate and be successful where ever they are, and how to plan things so they can be prepared. With the help of activities at the end of each section readers can get a better understanding of themselves and what they can do. For example, in Section 3 activity 1 helps readers figure our what triggers the emotions by providing character examples of someone who has issues with various types of noises. In the section where readers learn about self-control, there are activities for that as well. There are drawing activities so readers can write down what they see or free drawing activities for readers to express what they are feeling. The back pages have plenty of resources so readers, parents, teachers and caregivers can better understand ADHD and how to manage it. This workbook has colorful illustrations and is packed with fun and creative activities so by the time readers are done they will have a better understanding of ADHD and have the skills to handle their condition.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Janice Heck

    Lots of good activities to share with kids who struggle with ADHD.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Gier

  9. 4 out of 5

    Stacy L. Fournier

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lainie Becky

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  12. 4 out of 5

    Katherine Akins

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sara

  14. 5 out of 5

    Rylee Alexander

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jerauld Lynch

  16. 4 out of 5

    Amy

  17. 5 out of 5

    Diane

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Beatty

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Hanisko

  20. 5 out of 5

    Arnilynne

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sheamonique Ellis

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  23. 4 out of 5

    Joey Puntasecca

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lila Porat

  25. 5 out of 5

    santhiti boonsang

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

  27. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Wade

  28. 4 out of 5

    Holly A Jones

  29. 4 out of 5

    Michaela

  30. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

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