9 Constructive Fidgets That Promote Focus

Children and adults with ADHD can actually improve focus by multi-tasking — if they do it right! Developing a set of secondary "fidget" activities may be the key to improved attention. Learn how to make fidgeting work for you!

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Doodle & Use Special Pens

A creative learning trick is to encourage your child to draw or write words or numbers when listening to a teacher's lecture (just make sure he doesn't doodle on the desk). Doodling will also help ADD adults focus when they're on a long phone call with a client or are in an endless, boring meeting.

Use Multi-Colored Pens and Pencils

This fidget works well when your child needs to complete an assignment or read for comprehension (he can underline words as he reads). Scented markers may also help.

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