Being a parent of a child with ADHD can sometimes be exhausting! Your child’s constant need for stimulation means that you need to find new and interesting ways to keep them busy. But with everything going on in your life, you don’t always have the time to carefully plan out fun and engaging activities. Well, then you’ve found the perfect book!
“Mom, I’m BORED!”
This is what you often hear after your bundle of joy has spent the afternoon playing outside. An entire afternoon!
You scratch your head wondering where they get all the energy from, but soon remember that you’re raising a child with ADHD.
Boredom is a crime to a growing child! Their young brains crave a variety of learning experiences to develop basic skills and understand how to navigate through life. As a parent, you have the unique opportunity to make good use of your child’s extra energy by encouraging them to learn through play.
Your child desires MORE, and this doesn’t have to be a bad thing!
In fact, more physical activity, more time spent outside, more educational and creative play can improve your child’s well-being, reduce symptoms of ADHD, and boost their self-esteem.
This workbook is a multi-themed workbook, suitable for children between the ages of 3–10 years old. It consists of 100 ADHD-friendly activities to keep your child busy while reinforcing fundamental life skills.
Some of the themes covered inside The Hands-On Workbook for ADHD Children include:
- There are physical activities to keep your child moving and improve their balance, coordination, and gross motor skills.
- It has shared-bonding activities for the whole family to enjoy such as cooking simple meals together and playing communication games around the dinner table.
- Also, social activities beyond your home that expose your child to the outside world and teach them how to adjust in different environments.
And so many more amazing ideas and activities!
When raising a child whose energy levels are naturally higher than other kids, you need more than one magic trick to keep them happy. This workbook consists of 100 activities, ideal for every kind of situation, so you don’t ever have to hear the words, “Mom, I’m bored!” again.
Take the guesswork out of structuring play time and get yourself a copy of The Hands-On Workbook for ADHD Children, today!