Easy stress balls for ADHD

My kiddos both love these easy stress balls for ADHD! Okay, let’s be real, I enjoy squeezing them too. As a busy working, homeschooling mom in an ADHD affected household, I can use all the stress relief I can get. I also love that these can be a super fast and easy science experiment. If… Continue reading Easy stress balls for ADHD

Easy Play dough to calm the senses

If you have a kiddo with ADHD, you know they are always moving, talking, or touching everything! Emotions can run high with a sudden change, or something doesn’t go their way. Check out this easy play dough to calm the senses. This DIY recipe is quick and easy. It contains common ingredients with the addition… Continue reading Easy Play dough to calm the senses

Practical grounding with senses

Grounding with senses can help calm emotions back to reality

Emotional dysregulation isn’t currently part of the diagnostic criteria for ADHD. However, it is commonly one of the most disruptive symptoms for many. When emotions get intense, here are some tools for practical grounding with senses. Practicing mindfulness is a great tool. Learning about how to implement it before emotions are out of control will… Continue reading Practical grounding with senses

Successful Mornings with ADHD

Mornings can be hard for many people. Mornings with ADHD can be even harder. Using all the tools to set the stage for a successful day are even more important with ADHD. Here are some things we utilize to have successful mornings with ADHD. Start the Night Before As an Amazon Associate I earn from… Continue reading Successful Mornings with ADHD

Sleep success with ADHD

I’ve seen moms in many forums, not just ADHD related, ask about sleep solutions for their kiddos. People with ADHD in particular often have difficulties falling asleep and staying asleep.  Sleep success with ADHD is vital for optimal brain functioning. Weighted blankets for sleep One of my favorite sleep solutions for Little Bit has been… Continue reading Sleep success with ADHD

Sensory tools for school success

Little Bit is just entering her first grade year of school. Even before kindergarten, she learned most of her letters and numbers without much intentional instruction. We have chosen to homeschool both girls for many reasons. However, I am a working parent, and must rely on a prepared curriculum to ensure the girls are learning… Continue reading Sensory tools for school success