December 21 2011 Attention Deficit Disorder Newsletter
Kids with ADD and Simple Tips for Better Holidays
Greetings from the Land of OZ!
School is out in Kansas for the holidays, and everybody is excited. As a teacher, I watched my students leave with smiles on their faces. However, as most teachers know, kids get a bit anxious before a holiday. Some may not enjoy coming to school, but school provides a safe and predictable structure for their lives, and many kids with ADD are especially in need of structure.
Holidays can be wonderful, but they are inherently stressful, especially if you have children with ADD. Keeping a good schedule for the youngsters with ADD is important. Here are simple tips for making the holidays better for everybody. Don't forget the links at the bottom of the article. They provide additional information for you.
One of the great joys for me at BellaOnline is that sometimes I can write something that can help families. This article contains a lot of information that I wish that we had known when our kids were in school. Take it and adapt it to your family's needs. Below is a link to the article.
I wish you and yours the best possible holiday season.
Have a blessed week,
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