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A one-page colourful reminder for you to put up on the fridge, of non-verbal and verbal ways of noticing the great choices your children make.

Use this handy printable when reading books to your child. It gives you some ideas of what types of questions to ask. This is part of the Emotional Literacy package.

This resource is jam packed FULL of visuals for you to use when teaching children how to stay on track in conversations (i.e. maintain conversational topics) and repair conversations when…

Fun, colourful, no prep, printable resources for making road trips enjoyable - without the use of screens! * 4 different colour sets of each resource (purple, blue, pink, green) *…

This routine printable was originally created during COVID-19 school closures - but it is also so useful for home schoolers, homework or even scheduling the afternoons after school. ** Keep…

Are your children with ADHD bored at home? Print out this fun activity that encourages them to get out and have some green time and learn as well!

A great free resource to help your child with ADHD start their day off on the right path. It provides the starting point for discussing their emotions and mindset, while…

Children with ADHD work much better with regular movement breaks scattered throughout their day. These free A4 printables can be printed and put onto the wall around the classroom to…

These tags are a fantastic visual reminder for your children while they are at school, so they never forget how they are supposed to get home that day.