Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Question?

What Games and/or Activities are Good For a Child With ADHD?

He’s 7 years old and is having problems focusing, for example, his schoolwork. Keep all rude and childlike comments to yourself please.

What is a good sport for a child with ADHD?

Active kids are healthy kids, but not all sports play well with ADHD traits. Learn why parents and ADD experts recommend martial arts, swimming, tennis, and 7 other activities to promote health, self-esteem, and teamwork.

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Can Sports Help With ADHD?

The sport should be one that will hold your child’s interest. … Team sports like football or basketball require kids to pay constant attention to other players, strategies, and plays. That will be tough for a child with ADHD. But if your child really wants to try a team sport, you should encourage it, McGough says. Read Here….

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  • Nuthouse 4456 January 29, 2009, 9:49 pm

    • Build toys from kits that require following directions. Start out by helping your child if necessary, but then take the toy apart and do it again together until he/she no longer needs help.

    • Play memory games such as picture lotto. You'll have to let your child win at first or he/she'll get too frustrated to keep playing, but with time you'll find she'll get better.

    • Help your child practice waiting for short amounts of time. Count off the seconds together during waits at stoplights or for elevators. You'll be helping your child to tolerate periods of inactivity without getting restless.

    • Read books with short chapters. Review what happened in the previous chapter before you begin the next.