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BUILDING SOCIAL SKILLS A variety of reproducibles are included to help kids learn social graces, how to play by the rules, control impulsivity and anger, overcome the common problem of low self-esteem and more. You'll also find a "Behavior Check Card" and "Social Graces Checklist" to foster home-school cooperation, and "Positive Strokes" examples to build healthy self-esteem.
SOLVING HOMEWORK ISSUES The Kit presents practical strategies and forms to solve problems with homework, such as losing or forgetting work, lying about homework, and requiring constant supervision, including reproducible organizers like a "Homework Problem Checklist" and "Homework Check Card."
IMPROVING CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR You'll also find tested materials and techniques to keep the child focused and on task in the classroom while ensuring that all students are learning, including a ready-to-use "Behavior Contract," "Weekly Notes," and "Home-School Behavior Chart."
COPING WITH KIDS Plus the Kit gives you a host of survival strategies to help teachers and parents reduce their own stress, get support from others, and develop an assertive style to keep kids from "pressing their buttons."
In short, the ADD/ADHD BEHAVIOR-CHANGE RESOURCE KIT gives you virtually all you need to help kids take charge of their own behavior and build effective life and social skills. As the author states, "When there is increased confidence in dealing with difficult ADD/ADHD behaviors and where there is consistent use of the most effective techniques, then opportunities for academic, personal, and other successes can be achieved for all individuals."
A very basic,comprehensive and helpful book though it is somewhat outdated in its technological references.Published 2 days ago by D Bohon
The classroom tasks and activities presented in this "Kit" provides an array of resources that effectively enable classroom teachers to capture the interest and involvement... Read morePublished 19 months ago by William M. Lybarger
Not exactly what I expected. It is well written and a wealth of information, but I was hoping for something that I could use to make games for kids I see to drive home some of the... Read morePublished on January 23, 2013 by Katelynn Schuette
I like this book so far. It is full of so much good information. A great book to help out a parent that has a child that was just diagnosed.Published on December 13, 2012 by Kathryn Bortoletto
The information in this book was very dated. The help sheets they recommended were complicated for daily use. Read morePublished on February 17, 2011 by C. Young
This is a very good resource about ADHD. Good book for families dealing with this behavioral issues related to ADHD.Published on January 23, 2011 by Anna Alvar