• J❂ℓαη ㋡

    Seven Ways to Cure "the Blurts"--great ideas for ADHD kids! [Not just for kids.]

  • Kristie Adkins

    Good ideas. Seven Ways to Cure "the Blurts"--great ideas for ADHD kids!

  • Angela Adams

    I haven't had time to read through all of these ideas, but if it will, indeed, help students from blurting out answers at inappropriate times.... It will be worth the time to find out.... I will see. :-)....Seven Ways to Cure "the Blurts"--great ideas for ADHD kids!

  • Alexis Valentin

    Seven Ways to Cure "the Blurts"- great ideas for ADHD kids!

  • LeeAnna Gelineau

    Classroom management ideas.

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