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Critical and Creative Thinking Skills for Children with ADHD

Practical activities for the primary classroom

The focus of the book is specifically on the teaching and learning of critical and creative thinking skills for children with ADHD and/or other learning difficulties. The tasks are ideal for use with smaller groups of around six children, but they can be easily adapted. Where possible, they apply to real-life situations to make them more meaningful when relating them to the thinking skills. The activities are generally suitable for primary aged children, and have been designed so that they can be used with older primary children who require higher levels of support.

Ages: 5-12 | Pages: 52 | Code: TS0249 | ISBN: 9781921613746

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Anne Vize

Anne Vize specialises in writing for children and young people who learn in different and unique ways. She is a special educator and writer from Melbourne and works to develop print and digital resources for children, their teachers and supporters. She works in the vocational sector developing learning resources for training providers and creates freelance content to support the new vocational major curriculum in Victoria. Anne is fortunate to be able to divide her time between writing and exploring the wonders of sailing and windsurfing on the stunning Port Phillip Bay.


Understanding ADHD4
Planning for inclusion8
How to use this book10
Lesson plans Sporting superstars12
Calendar capers16
Life cycles18
Timetable task20
Holiday suitcase22
Odd one out23
Finish the list24
Car challenge26
Twenty questions29
Time teasers32
What was the question?36
A fantasy day out40
Puzzle it out42
Extra activity sheets
Calendar capers (a)45
Calendar capers (b)46
Feeling good sheet47
Time teasers (a)48
Time teasers (b)49
Additional resources50
Key skills chart52