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Molly has ADHD. Listen to her experiences and learn how she lives life with ADHD.

Often ADHD is looked at as something that causes difficulties. However, recent research shows that children with ADHD can think more creatively than others. ADHD causes divergent thinking. This means a child with ADHD’s thoughts can go in many directions from one starting thought. It helps with brainstorming and thinking outside the box.

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Making Connections


Do you or any of your friends have ADHD? If so, how does it make you or them feel?


Have you read any other books about a health need that makes school a little more difficult? How is that health need similar to or different from ADHD?


Come up with three ways schools could improve to help students with ADHD learn better.

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