Playing games can develop confidence and self-esteem, both of which are likely to be lower in children with ADHD. So let the dice, and the good times, roll.
A lot of the time, parenting a child with ADHD can feel like drudgery. Making some time for play and spontaneous fun can make it less of a burden.
Play fosters feelings of warmth and closeness between parents and children with ADHD. By playing with your child, you can help develop attention, concentration, imagination, problem solving and communication skills. Children are more creative and have fewer behaviour problems if their parents spend time playing with them. Here are some suggestions.
Animal Magic is a great game for developing self-esteem. It ...