Using a Daily Report Card to Improve ADHD School Behavior

Using a daily report card can help steer ADHD students toward continued academic success. Find out how to set goals, determine rewards, and make a report card system work for your child or student with attention deficit disorder.

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Sample Rewards

Daily rewards:
-- Dessert after dinner
-- Computer games for 15 minutes
-- Staying up 30 minutes later

Weekly rewards:
-- Renting a video
-- Special activity with mom or dad
-- Day off from chores

School-based rewards:
-- Care for class animals
-- Bring message to office
-- Take positive note home

Adapted with permission from materials developed at the Center for Children and Families, University at Buffalo, State University of New York. To learn more about the DRC, go to the Center for Children and Families' site (browse under "Treatment Materials") or download the DRC Packet.

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TAGS: School Behavior, For Teachers of ADHD Children, Talking with Teachers, Back to School

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