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Heads Up Heads Up Helping! Teaching Tips and Techniques for Working with ADD, ADHD & Other Children with Challenges

Be encouraged by someone who understands. Written by a homeschooling mom of two ADHD kids, you'll be encouraged as you read of her struggles in understanding her children's development, learning how to cope, analyzing treatments and living and loving the homeschool life even with ADD/ADHD! Tips for dealing with auditory distractibility, visual distractibility, sensory issues, daydreaming, social skills, memorization, modifying curriculum and the various other challenges that come with parenting and homeschooling a hyperactive child are included in this conversational book. 173 pages, softcover.
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Customer Reviews for Heads Up Helping! Teaching Tips and Techniques for Working with ADD, ADHD & Other Children with Challenges
Review 1 for Heads Up Helping! Teaching Tips and Techniques for Working with ADD, ADHD & Other Children with Challenges
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Date:October 2, 2002
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E. Wheeler
Because of her first hand experience in this area of expertise, the book expresses itself so most anyone can understand it and execute practices. For a first time author it is very well written and covers broad areas. It should escalate her as an authority in this field.
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Review 2 for Heads Up Helping! Teaching Tips and Techniques for Working with ADD, ADHD & Other Children with Challenges
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Date:September 27, 2002
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Mary C. Price
Mrs. Boring has written an easy to read and understand book packed with good ideas on how to help a child with ADHD. While she is a home schooler, I have found a couple of her ideas helpful with my 5th grade class and plan to implement more! It gave me insights I did not have previously.
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Review 3 for Heads Up Helping! Teaching Tips and Techniques for Working with ADD, ADHD & Other Children with Challenges
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Date:September 25, 2002
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Kenneth N. Wiley
I was amazed at the thorough insight of this author as she analyzed the various problems of the distractible child's learning abilities. The book will be a tremendous help for parents and teachers who face this problem.
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