Interactive Assignment Sheets

A daily to-do list can get everyone working together to ensure that the child with ADHD learns to manage tasks and time responsibly.

I make up a daily assignment sheet for my students with ADHD. There’s a place for students to check off the lessons they’ve completed, which keeps them on track throughout the day. Parents sign the sheets each night and staple all completed work to the back. This cuts down on “lost papers.”

I also give my ADHD students plenty of opportunities to go to the restroom or water fountain throughout the day.

—Hope Gibson, Harriman, Tennessee

TAGS: For Teachers of ADHD Children, ADHD Accommodations, 504s, IEPs

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