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Name: momof3
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I watch a 6 year old that has ADHD and he was kicked out of his preschool. He seems to be doing better here, but there are days that I can tell him not to do something and then 2 minutes later he decides to do it. Does anyone have any tips for me, to help him listen better?
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Name: mar22 | Date: Jun 7th, 2007 3:29 AM
i volunteer at a daycare and have learned from them to say things different for example if the child is jumping on a chair you say two feet on the ground our feet belong on the ground, instead of saying stop jumping on the chair, also commands like i need walking feet, the crust is part of the sanwhich i need you to try a taste. basically tell him what you need him to do but in different way if that makes sense. if a child throws something we would say i need yoou to sit and play with the toy, we can throw a ball when we are having outside time. hope this can be of some help to you all the best. 

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