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Christopher had never really liked school. When he was young, he had speech problems and people at school had a hard time understanding him. ” and he didn’t like repeating things over and over. He also had a hard time sitting still and working at his seat. While the other kids would do math problems or read silently for a half hour or more, Christopher got antsy after ten minutes. He would squirm or look around or talk to his neighbor—and then get into trouble. Once his teachers found out that Christopher had ADHD, everything changed.
Still, everyone was patient with Brian because he was so nice. What do you do that is helpful to others? Write it here: Helping Children Gain Self-Confidence, Social Skills, and Self-Control 35 Activity 9 You Can Make Your Parents and Teachers Proud For You to Do Doing something kind every day is a great way to make your parents and teachers proud of you. ” Look for ways to help others throughout the day. You can hold the door for someone, do an extra chore without being asked, or ask if a parent or teacher needs help.
Caryn didn’t like schedules. When her dad said it was time to go to bed, Caryn would always want to stay up longer. When her mom said it was time to go to school, Caryn wanted to stay in bed. She was supposed to do her homework right after dinner, but she would usually find some reason why she couldn’t do it just then. Sometimes she wouldn’t even start her homework until it was almost her bedtime. At school, Caryn liked to do things on her own schedule, too, not when the teacher wanted them done.
1993 Video Game Buyer's Guide