Quiet Games and Activities for Children with ADHD        “Odd, isn't it, how, as they gain experience, the senses become blunted. One must keep them up by making a game of it, like the boy, Kim, in Kipling. Do you enjoy Kipling?”      -A Study in Sherlock, “You’d Better Go in Disguise” by Alan Bradley (pg. 5).

Quiet Games and Activities for Children with ADHD “Odd, isn't it, how, as they gain experience, the senses become blunted. One must keep them up by making a game of it, like the boy, Kim, in Kipling. Do you enjoy Kipling?” -A Study in Sherlock, “You’d Better Go in Disguise” by Alan Bradley (pg. 5).

This post is the first time in 24 years I've shared this activity with anyone other than my closest teaching peers (and I did not even share it with most of them).  I've sworn them to not sharing t...

This post is the first time in 24 years I've shared this activity with anyone other than my closest teaching peers (and I did not even share it with most of them). I've sworn them to not sharing t...

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