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According to the most recent DSM guide used to assist physicians with diagnosis, ADD is no longer the correct term for the disorder; it is now considered to be a subtype of ADHD. So what the OP addresses is in fact ADHD. All afflicted individuals share a core set of just a few of the known symptoms. The presence of the other ancillary symptoms vary in ...


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My suggestion to you is: Let her count the puppies. In my country, pre-K is 2-3 years old. Are you using flash-cards that have pictures of the quantities on them? For example: a flash card that has the number 4 with 4 puppies on it. I encourage you to let her count the puppies. Use a different object on each card, let her temporarily associate the number ...


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I don't know what sort of options you have in terms of how you tutor, but one thing that worked very well with my children (who both are good with numbers) was to go for a walk up a residential street. Each house you pass, ask what the house number is. It's something of a game that involves several things: Finding the number on the house (it's often ...


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Is it possible that she doesn't want to be sitting down for 30-60 minutes going over numbers, and in a form of silent protest she is pretending she doesn't know something when she actually does? My daughter used to do that with teachers and tutors who didn't engage her interest in the subject matter. You might try turning it into more of a game than a ...


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This is a good starting point for acting as a role model for teaching limits and boundaries. This is how we handled it. Our children have "golden time", a time and space for them to do what they want, how they want, limited to an hour maximum. Subsequently, when we (the parents) want to have sex during the day we tell the children, who are 10 & 7, it's ...



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