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15 House Rules for Your ADHD Child - Guidance, unqualified support and structure are key. "1. When you decide to do something, give it your all!  2. If you take it out, you put it away. 3. Help others. 4. Speak: kindly, calmly, the truth. 5. Keep your promises... "

Solid and consistent house rules are a must for any ADHD child. Check out these examples from Penny Williams to get you started on your own list of do's and don't's.

Can your kids find their clothes for the day? Do your kids put away their own laundry? Try this basic set of printable graphic labels that go on the outside of the kids drawers. (You can find another set of labels on dadand.com: http://dadand.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/clothing-labels_all.pdf

Question for you guys – do your kids put away their own laundry? I recently mentioned in my post on our Kids’ Responsibility & Money Management Kit that my 4 and 5 year old get themselves dressed, brush their own teeth and make their own breakfast each mo

Do your kids know what you mean when you tell them to clean their rooms? Make your expectations clear with a helpful checklist like this.

Do your kids know what you mean when you tell them to clean their rooms? Help them make bedroom cleaning a part of their daily routines with a helpful checklist. DIY chore charts like this help develop independence in children.