Over six million children have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in the United States, making attention deficit disorder treatment in high demand. We offer ADHD resources to aid in your creative therapy solutions for children. On this page, you’ll find behavioral contracts, certificates and rewards, forms, handouts, worksheets and more to aid in your ADHD treatment. Don’t see something you need? Contact us about creating a customized resource for your ADHD patients!

Controlling Your Voice Volume - Kids — This worksheet/game is designed to teach children the importance of using an appropriate voice volume. It asks children to match various scenes to a chart indicating the appropriate voice volume. (1020, ADHD, ASD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Selective Mutism)

Meeting New People — This worksheet is designed to help children understand how to behave when they meet new people, stressing the importance of being polite and helpful. This activity can be particularly helpful for children in transition, such as starting a new school. (social skills, Asperger Syndrome, ADHD,0119)

What Makes Friend Word Search — This worksheet is designed to help children understand the value of friendships. (emotional intelligence, social skills, Asperger Syndrome, ADHD).

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VIdeo Conferencing Behavior Cue Cards (Kids) — – Teachers can hold up any one of these 10 cue cards to signal students top pay attention to their behavior. These cards can also be used with individual children in teletherapy. (ADD, behavior, classroom management, teletherapy, 1120)

My Behavioral Contract — This contract identifies behaviors that children need to work on, and lists specific rewards if they achieve their goals.Form Type PDF

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Social and Emotional Behavior Intervention Plan — This intervention plan can be used to assess different aspects of a student’s problem behaviors and record the responses to different behaviors. A progress monitoring graph is also included. (0421, behavior management, school problems, ADHD)

Self-Efficacy Assessment for Children — This 24 Item Scale measures the important trait of self-efficacy in children – the belief that one can accomplish tasks. A high self-efficacy score is associated with resiliency, academic achievement, and the ability to overcome problems. The scale helps you determine an overall score as well as sub-scores in academic, social, and emotional self-efficacy. (self-efficacy, behavior, assessment, parenting, 0421)

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The Habit of Relaxation (Audio) — This download directs the user to set aside 10 minutes each day to practice the “relaxation response.” The pdf connects to a 12-minute audio of original music designed to calm the body and mind. (relaxation training).

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Clean Room Certificate — This certificate can be used as a reward when children do a good job cleaning their room. PDF

Great Job Certificate — Use this certificate to reward children for completing schoolwork. PDF

Homework Certificate — This certificate is given to children when they complete their assignments on time. PDF

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Positive Discipline Workbook — Written by Mary Gosche at the University of Missouri Extension, this workbook is designed to teach parents the principles of positive discipline. The workbook can be used in parenting classes or as homework with individual parents. (0815)

Good Behavior Program and Coloring Book — This ebook doubles as a coloring book and behavior program that teaches kids 30 positive behaviors. Parents find it easier to reward positive behaviors than to use conventional discipline techniques. The program also teaches kids emotional and social skills that will go far beyond the traditional definition of good behavior.

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Starting Conversations with Positive Comments and Compliments (Kids) — This simple board game gives children the chance to practice giving compliments to others. (social skills, making friend, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, behavior, conversation skills, game, 0221)

Self-Control Remote Control (Kids) — This is a clever and fun way to teach children that they can control their own behavior and take responsibility for finding solutions to their own problems. Kids are asks to crate a paper “remote control” which they can color in and individualize to fit their own specific needs. (ADHD, anger control, behavior, 0119)

Talking About Positive Emotions (Kids) — Create this paper “Fortune Teller” in minutes for a great way to get kids talking about positive emotions. (Emotional intelligence, positive psychology, emotional communication, 1218)

Emotions Card Game — The Emotions Card Game is designed to help teach a variety of skills to children and teens related to awareness of emotions and problem-solving. The cards are intended to be used in a flexible manner. The instructions describe four different games than can be played. 27 pages (1118, emotional intelligence)

Teaching Social Flexibility (Card Game) — This activity for kids and teens teaches the importance of flexible social thinking. It includes two “poster” handouts to open a discussion on flexible thinking and a simple card game to practice new skills. (Asperger Syndrome, social intelligence, autism, ADHD, 1018)

Voice Volume Meter — This fun tool is designed to teach children to pay attention to their voice volume in different social settings. It takes just a minute to assemble a Voice Volume Control-o-Meter, which can be used in a variety of setting. (Autism, ADHD, social skills, communication) (Autism, ADHD, social skills, communication, 1018)

Ready Set Respond Game for Kids — This social skills game helps kids learn to take responsibility for their actions in social situations. It’s a fun group game and particularly useful for kids with ADHD and kids on the Autism Spectrum. Recommended for grades 3-7. (052318)

Feelings Charades — The game of feelings charades helps kids learn to read the non-verbal cues signify different emotions. (0717)

Family Communication Dice Game — This dice game can be printed on heavy stock paper and then assembled. It is a fun game designed to enhance family communication. The blank die makes it easy to customize the game for many purposes. Type: PDF (1014)

Show Your Feelings Role Play Games — Get people talking about their feelings with three “cut and tape” dice games. These games are fun to play and a great way to encourage kids, teens, or even adults to talk about their feelings.

Teaching Young Children To Listen — This simple game is played like the classic game Simon Says. It can be used to teach young children the importance of listening to adult requests. PDF

Feelings Toss — This game is designed to help children express their feelings. Players toss a penny and tell about a time they had a particular feeling. Form Type: PDF

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Evaluating Medication For ADHD — This thorough report will help people compare every aspect of taking medication for ADHD, from effectiveness, to safety concerns, to cost. The report was prepared by a non-profit division of Consumer Reports called Consumer Reports Health . (PDF)

ADHD Fact Sheet — General fact sheet on identifying ADHD in children. (PDF Download)

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100 Acts of Kindness for Kids-Poster — This poster gives parents great ways to make kindness a part of their daily family experience. Great for all kids, but particularly kids with emotional or behavioral problems. (0319)

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Be a Stress Detective (Kids) — This fill-in-the blank story helps kids think about what is causing them stress and how they can best deal with it. (stress, anxiety, 1019)

Listening in Class - Photo Social Story — This story teaches the lesion of appropriate listening in class. (classroom management, social skills, behavior)

Speaking Calmly to Get Attention — This story teaches children how to get an adult's attention in an appropriate way.

Listening to Adult Directions — This story teaches about learning better behavior through a token reward program in school. Form Type:PDF

Learning Anger Control — This story teaches children appropriate ways to handle their anger. Form Type:PDF

Getting Along With Others — This story helps children see the benefits of getting along with siblings and friends.

Following the Rules — This story helps children see the importance of following adult rules. Form Type: PDF

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Understanding Body Language (Kids) — This worksheet asks children to draw actors on stage expressing emotions without speaking. It is designed to be an introduction to understanding body language. (0521, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder)

Thinking About Your Behavior — This worksheet is designed to help children understand how their behavior affects others. (0321, behavior problems, ADHD, social skills)

Identifying Social Problems on the Problem Planet (Kids) — This worksheet asks children to think about the kinds of social problems that children may have (0221, social skills, ADHD, ASD)

Completing Tasks in the Right Order (Kids) — This worksheet helps children understand that when doing a task, things need to be done in the right order. (executive functioning, ADHD, patience, 0221)

Understanding Consequences — This worksheet is designed to children understand that there are consequences misbehavior and breaking rules. The worksheet asks them to match pictures of children breaking the rules to the appropriate consequences and to think about times they have had consequences for misbehavior. (ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, ODD, behavior problems, consequences, 1120)

The Conversation Train (Children) — This activity is designed to help children learn how to conduct a give and take conversation. (social skills, ASD, ADD, communication, 0920)

Greeting People for the First Time — This worksheet asks kids to think about the best ways to greet people when meeting them. (social skills, ASD, ADHD, 1219)

Understanding Your Thoughts, Feelings, and Behaviors (Children) — This packet includes seven worksheets to help children talk about their the issues that are bothering them. (0619, CBT)

Control Meter for Personal Space — Kids will find this Control-Meter a great way to understand the concept of personal space. Cut it out in a minute and use it for individuals or groups of kids. (Asperger, ADHD, non-verbal language, body language, 1218)

Making a New Plan — This worksheet directs children to be flexible in their thinking and to come up with a new plan if an old one doesn’t work. A great conversation starter for introducing the concept of flexible thinking. (ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, resilience, 1118)

Finding People to Help You — This worksheet is designed to help children see that there are many adults around to help them in times of need. It asks children to think about the people around them (teachers, counselors, etc.) who can give them support and to identify specific times they might seek adult guidance. (resilience, 1118)

Asking Questions-Fortune Teller — This worksheet shows you how to cut out and fold a Fortune Teller which is designed to help kids talk about their themselves, their likes and dislikes, and more. (conversation, ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, emotional intelligence, 102918, 2 pages).

Exploring Social Isolation (Kids) — Loneliness is a serious problem at all ages, but it is particularly problematic for children. Developmental psychologists say that children have a window of opportunity to learn certain social skills during their elementary school years and if they spend most of their time alone, it becomes very difficult to develop their social intelligence. This worksheet is designed to help children think about how much time they spend alone and to examine ways they can be more active with other people. (shyness, ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, anxiety, 1018)

What I Could Have Done Differently (For Kids) — This worksheet gives children a template to think about what they could have done differently in terms of their behaviors. Children are asked to draw a problem they have had and write about and draw a picture of what they could have done differently. (behavior problems, autism, ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, 1018)

Homework Ideas — This homework checklist was created by ADDitude magazine, and provides more than a dozen ideas for teachers and parents to help kids get their homework done accurately and on time. (1117)

The Ultimate ADHD Toolkit for Parents and Teachers — Created by Additude Magazine, this guide has great tools to help parents be appropriate advocates in school for their ADHD kids.

What Do You Like About Your Friends? — This worksheet is intended to help children see the qualities they value most in their friends. (character education, social skills, friendship, Asperger Syndrome, 0217)

Be Flexible About Your Plans — This worksheet is designed to start a conversation with children about the importance of being flexible in social situations. (social intelligence, autism, Asperger Syndrome, 0117)

The Importance of Sharing — This worksheet is designed to be used in starting a discussion about sharing and how this is a basic foundation of cooperation. (ADHD, emotional intelligence, behavior, 1016)

Tell The World! — This worksheet is designed to help people think about what is really important for them to communicate to others. It asks people to design a billboard for the world to see and to identify one specific person they want to read it. PDF (0316, art therapy, communication)

Three Things That Are Important To You — This worksheet is designed to help kids think and talk about their values. Form Type: PDF (0618)

Talking to a Friend Who is Angry — This worksheet is designed to help children see the hidden rules about their social behavior. It specifically asks them to identify the hidden rules about how to approach a friend who is angry. The worksheet can be used to spark a conversation about hidden rules. (0515)

Be Considerate In Your Conversations — Some children are naturally empathetic, but many others have to be taught the importance of considering the feelings of others. This worksheet is designed to help children be more sensitive to how others may be feeling in a conversation. Form Type: PDF (0415)

Joining a Group — This worksheet is designed to teach children the best way to join a group of peers who are already engaged in conversation or an activity. This is often a problem for children with ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, or children with social anxiety. (ADHD, Asperger syndrome, ASD, social anxiety, 0315)

What Makes You Special? — This worksheet asks children to think about five things that make them unique. It can be used to help children understand their strengths and to spark a discussion about how everyone has special qualities. Form type: PDF (0215)

Learning To Help Others — This visual puzzle asks children to color in the kids in the lunchroom who are helping others. Form Type: PDF

Note for Kids to Ask For Help — This worksheet can be used to children who are having difficulty asking for help. They can fill out the help (with or without the aid of a counselor) and then give it to the appropriate adult. . PDF

Belly Breathing For Kids — This is a brief explanation of breathing techniques and the supporting research for their use, intended for therapists. File Type: PDF

Teaching Kids To Be Thoughtful — This coloring sheet can be used to introduce the concepts of thoughtfulness and consideration to children. It can also be used as a mini-behavior program, letting children color in a star every time they do something thoughtful.

Helping around the House — A coloring worksheet for kids to help them learn about cleaning up around the house. PDF

Playing Quietly — This coloring worksheet helps kids play quietly. PDF

Certificate of Effort — Use this certificate to reward children for making a great effort on their school work or when working on behavioral goals. Form Type: PDF

Certificate of Appreciation — Use this certificate to reward children for good behavior. Works great with random acts of kindness programs. Form Type: PDF

How to Treat Others — This worksheet can be used to help children learn important rules about how to treat others. Form Type: PDF

Talking About Teasing — This worksheet for young children asks them to think about how children tease each other and what you should when children are teased. Useful for individual counseling or group discussion.

Arriving Late To Class — This worksheet explains what a student should do if they are late to class. (Form Type: PDF)

Learn About Feelings — Use this worksheet to help kids and teens talk about basic feelings.Form Type: PDF

When You are Supposed To Pay Attention — This worksheet will help kids and teens identify behaviors that distract others.PDF

What Makes Adults Mad? — This worksheet helps children think about things they might do to get adults mad. PDF

What Do You Want Your Teacher To Say? — This worksheet gives children the chance to talk about their relationship with their teacher.

Getting Ready For School — This worksheet is designed to help children and teens prioritize morning activities so that they can get to school on time. PDF

Making Friends — This worksheet is designed to help children identify the right people to make friends with. PDF

Create Your Own TV Show — This worksheet can give insight on how children perceive their families.

Weekly Chores Chart — This chart can be used to help children be more responsible for household chores. PDF

Morning Distractions — This worksheet helps kids with ADHD and other distraction problems identify the things that slow them down when it is time to get ready for school. PDF

Getting to School On Time — This worksheet asks children to time how long it takes them to get ready for school. PDF

Creating a Morning Routine — This worksheet is designed to help children create a morning routine that will get them to school on time. (ADHD, autism, behavior, schedules, Asperger syndrome, 0613)

Teaching Patience — This difficult maze will test a child's patience. Use it to observe a child's reaction to frustration and teach new coping skills.

Cooperation Maze — This maze helps teach kids the importance of cooperation by asking two children to do the maze together, one blindfolded. Form Type: PDF

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