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Which of these children might have ADHD? What makes you think so?
1. Lisa has a difficult time with her friends. She loves to have people come to stay at her house but something always goes wrong. Lisa's friends get angry when she messes up the game they are playing. She sometimes calls her friends bad names and tells them they are stupid. She lets her friends start to watch a video but then she gets bored and turns off the TV. Sleepovers just never work out for Lisa.
Lisa may have ADHD
Lisa does not seem to have ADHD
2. Tommy loves school. He likes science best. He loves to do experiments that take careful observation over several days. He carefully records his observations with pictures and notes.
Tommy may have ADHD
Tommy does not seem to have ADHD
3. Andy loves to play ball. He likes to watch football, baseball, and other sports with his friends and then go outside to play. He sometimes squirms and fidgets when he is watching sports and is unable to stay seated during the games on TV. Also when he plays ball, he often gets upset with how the other kids and has trouble taking turns.
Andy may have ADHD
Andy may not have ADHD
4. Maggie loves to help her mother in the kitchen. She likes to help with the baking and creating new cookies. Maggie likes it when her grandmother shows her new ways to do things in the kitchen. She completes her baking tasks but has to be reminded to clean up after she is finished.
Maggie may have ADHD
Maggie may not have ADHD
5. Robert is very shy and seems to daydream in class at school. The teacher has to remind Robert to pay attention when she calls on him to answer a question. Robert constantly forgets his homework and has to stay after school to get his work done.
Robert may have ADHD
Robert may not have ADHD
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