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15 Clever Gift Ideas for Kids with ADHD

According to ADDitude readers, toddlers enjoy toys that stimulate different senses, encourage imagination or role-playing, and have cause-and-effect features.“Give balloons to blow up and play with in the house,” one ADDitude reader suggested. Another ADDitude reader recommended giving “toys with lots of things to manipulate.” These could include sorting toys, colorful puzzles, interactive picture books, or gear toys. Other stimulating ideas include:$5.99At 79 years old, Silly Putty was long overdue for a makeover.

Now fans can find super bright, glow, and metallic versions (and original, for loyalists) in the Crayola Silly Putty variety pack. It’s the same safe, non-toxic putty made of silicone polymers — it just looks much cooler to sculpt, stretch, snap, and share.Buy This Gift on Amazon. (#CommissionsEarned)$9.99I Spy Dinosaurs, by Alek Malkovich, is part guessing game and part storybook.

Pages are arranged alphabetically to help children recognize their letters and learn about dinosaurs. The book includes 20 age-appropriate puzzles.Buy This Gift on Amazon. (#CommissionsEarned)$18.99Inspire the next Jack Nicklaus or Annika Sörenstam with this beginner golf set from ToyVelt including a rolling bag, four assorted clubs, six balls, a putting mat, and two practice holes.

Children can use the set indoors and outdoors, get introduced to playing golf, and develop concentration and patience in a fun, active way.Buy This Gift on Amazon. (#CommissionsEarned)Popular gifts for children ages 5-8 include fidgets, books that focus on a child’s interest, puzzles, and board games. One ADDitude reader suggested, “sports-related items or games that require quiet concentration like puzzles or balancing games.” Another ADDitude reader

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