A Children's Story About ADHD - A Cute Book to Help Kids Get Organized, Focus, and Succeed
What if your dragon is diagnosed with ADHD? What if he is worried, scared and wonders what is wrong with him? You help him understand ADHD! You teach him ADHD is not a "defect" and with the right attitude and help, it can be his asset!
Nicole has ADHD and a busy, busy brain. Facing a big, bright, bumbling world at school each day, she seems to notice everything around--except Mr. Oakley. She is excited to learn, but in a room full of colors and characters, Nicole can't help but daydream. With a little bit of courage, she makes a decision to confront her struggle with inattention, and finds she is not alone along the way. In standing up for herself, she helps her friends do the same.
David gets scolded a lot by his teacher, Mrs. Gorski, for not paying attention in class. He wants to pay attention but it is just so hard when an exciting idea pops into his head. And he usually can't tell that he's making a mistake until after he makes them. But after a particularly big mistake, David comes up with his own plan to tone down his wiggle fidgets.
No matter the task, Focused Ninja had a remarkable way of staying focused until it was complete. But Focused Ninja didn't always have this wonderful capacity to concentrate. Once upon a time, Focused Ninja could lose focus quite easily. Find out what happens in this comedic book about improving one's focus and attention.
Charlie feels like he has a whirling, twirling motor running inside him all the time and sometimes he just can’t settle. When his mom wants to talk to him, he figures he’s in trouble… but she has a surprise for him instead!
Third-grader Braden is a real character. He loves to be the center of attention. Everyone just LOVES his jokes, witty comments, and immediate reactions. Or at least that's what he thinks. He comic genius, as he sees it, causes his friends to look at him in awe.
But when he is corrected in class for ill-timed jokes, and an impulsive reaction during a game of dodge ball ends up with a classmate in tears, Braden's teachers and parents start working with him on how to control his impulses.
Sadie feels like her thoughts are soaring into the clouds and she can’t bring them back down to earth. She has trouble paying attention, which makes keeping track of schoolwork, friends, chores, and everything else really tough. Sometimes she can only focus on her mistakes.
When Sadie talks to her parents about her wandering, dreaming mind, they offer a clever plan to help remind Sadie how amazing she is.
An explanation of common traits in a neurodivergent brain and a book to open conversation between you and the child about their individual selves and why you both do what you do to manage and assist and uplift. This book gives SELF regulation tools to the child to use themselves to assist with the plan and treatment around them.