Kids Bouncing Off the Walls? These Boredom Busters Fill Time Gaps with Activity
Many ADHD experts swear by the Pomodoro Technique for time management, which organizes the day into 25-minute increments separated by 5 minutes of activity and blood flow, plus a few larger gaps in the day. Use these recommended boredom busters to keep your child moving during their 5-, 15-, and 30-minute breaks while learning at home.
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1 Comment: Kids Bouncing Off the Walls? These Boredom Busters Fill Time Gaps with Activity
Great invention and strategy for dealing with boredom and other monotonous activity. I appreciate how regardless of age-grade, people can have such a fun time.