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For Teachers: 10 Tips for Making Lessons More ADHD-Friendly

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Going beyond traditional modifications


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Each student is an individual


Young student learning about space while playing astronaut.
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Increase stimulation


Young students stretching at their desks.
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Frequent movement breaks


Young student overwhelmed by assignment.
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Breaking down assignments


Students working together in classroom.
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Create peer partnerships


student daydreaming in class.
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Give a heads up before discussing important points


Questions on blue blackboard.
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Three questions to answer


Parent and teacher discussion with ADHD child.
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Parent and teacher participation


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Eileen Bailey is an award-winning author of six books on health and parenting topics and freelance writer specializing in health topics including ADHD, Anxiety, Sexual Health, Skin Care, Psoriasis and Skin Cancer. Her wish is to provide readers with relevant and practical information on health conditions to help them make informed decisions regarding their health care.