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Schooltime For Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

School can be hard for children with AD/HD. Success in school often means being able to pay attention and control behavior and impulse. These are the areas where children with AD/HD have trouble. Here are tips for teachers for helping kids learn.

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Scooter The German Shephard M1079: Scooter The German Shephard
Scooter's dog-gone cute!
Pudgy Piglet - Universal M1088: Pudgy Piglet - Universal
Snuggly piggy will enchant your switch user
Quack Quack Ducky - Universal M1089: Quack Quack Ducky - Universal
Our Friendly New Quack Ducky Makes a Great Pal
Rikki Rooster M1090: Rikki Rooster
Cock A Doodle Doo!
Skipping Dog M1093: Skipping Dog
Watch him skip!
Musical Top - Universal M1094: Musical Top - Universal
Great for developing visual tracking!
Wooly The Sheep - Universal M1097: Wooly The Sheep - Universal
Accepts 1/8" plugs.
Talking Bubble Busy Box M1098: Talking Bubble Busy Box
Playing with communication!
Dome Alone - Universal M1103: Dome Alone - Universal
Delights even the most profoundly challenged child!
Penguin Roller Coaster - Universal M1104: Penguin Roller Coaster - Universal
Wheeee!

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Why do they put everything in their mouths?

One of the earliest fine moter skill children develop is the skill of "sensation". Sensation is the skill we use to tell the difference between a quarter and a dime by touch without needing to look at the coins. Cognitively young children have their best sensation descrimination in their mouths. By mouthing objects and then feeling them with their hands, children correlate the sensations from two different sensory input channels. ,This "sensory intgration" helps them to tune up the sensory apparatus in the hands. As the hands become more sensitive, children will need to put things in their mouths less and less. During this oral stage it is important to offer many textured grasp and handle toys. Dragonfly offers a full collection of well designed and easy to handle toys of this type.

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