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I get a lot of questions about products my child with ADHD uses that help her, so to make it easier for you (and myself), I created an ADHD Store that contains products my child and I recommend for children with ADHD. Product Categories: Staying Focused / Still Fidgeting / Anxiety Burning Energy Responsibility Studying Aids Books Toys I’ll be adding more products and more categories as well.  Just FYI, I am only recommending products my child has actually used and...

For those of you who follow me on Facebook, you already know part of this story (P.S. Thanks for following! You rock!). For those of you who don’t follow me on Facebook, here’s what’s going on with my ADHDer (P.S. You should really start following me. Just sayin’!). Yesterday, I received an email from my child’s first grade teacher that stated: “Giuliana is bringing home her math test today. My TA gave it to her one-on-one and she said Giuliana...

Guest post by Andrew from FutureSchool Avoiding Cold/flu, healthier at Home. Healthier in General The dreaded cold and flu season is upon us, so now is the time to talk about how to avoid them and stay healthy. For those partaking in online homeschooling, it is more likely for you to be able to avoid the sickness that seems to spread like wildfire in the school system. But we all know that these sicknesses seem to spread amongst people who are closely in contact, and it wouldn’t do any good for the teachers (parents) to get sick at...

My six year old daughter isn’t like most kids.  She has ADHD and has a difficult time staying focused on her homework.  An assignment that takes an average child 15 minutes to complete takes my daughter at least 30 minutes.  It’s not because she isn’t as smart as her classmates.  She is actually very bright (and no, I’m not just saying that because I’m her mother).  To put it quite simply, my daughter’s brain is wired differently.  She gets distracted by everything.  (If I am not monitoring...

Nowadays, children start getting a pretty hefty load of homework beginning in Kindergarten.  Children start their elementary school years learning how to write, spell, read, and add/subtract.  It is a very exciting time in a child’s life, but it can also be an overwhelming one.  Getting your child to sit still and concentrate on their homework can be challenging, so I created a fun, stimulating, and engaging Homework Center with all the bells and whistles (literally).  I cannot stress how important it is for your child to start...

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