Do You Know About My ADHD Parenting Freebies?

by Margit Crane on August 14, 2014

 

Do you know about my ADHD Parenting freebies?

1. I’m on TwitterFacebook and Pinterest. I’m @GiftedWithADD. Stay up to date with extra tips and share info and questions with other parents.

2. 30-minute free phone consultation. Schedule here. We can talk about anger, misbehavior, study skills, what I do and how it works for your family, talking to teachers, and pretty much anything related to ADHD (except meds. it’s illegal for me to talk about meds, other than what I’ve witnessed myself as an observer) 

3. If you haven’t gotten your copy of “Revolutionize Your ADHD Parenting in One Week,” grab a copy at this link. Great info about strategies for parenting angry kids, spacey kids, defiant kids, wonderful kids. From grade school t0 grad school!

xoxoxo,

Margit!

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I am so excited to be participating in this Homeschooling & Special Needs Blog Tour taking place August 11-15th with four other wonderful mom bloggers. Five influential mom bloggers have banded together to bring you freebies, friendship, encouragement and a community focusing on both homeschooling and special needs parenting.  Please visit: http://www.musingsfromaspecialneedsmom.com/category/family/blog-tour/

You really must go over and check out the blogs, and share them with your friends. The amount of really great information is just astonishing. Not only are there great blog posts, but there are freebies, great ideas for activities to strengthen your child’s brain and physical agility, and other related ideas that will bring more fun to your relationship with your kids.

Here are the bloggers:

Katie, My Sweet Homeschool – http://www.mysweethomeschool.com/

Heather, Golden Reflections Blog – GoldenReflectionsBlog.com

Tabitha, Meet Penny, http://www.meetpenny.com/

Margit, Gifted With ADD, http://giftedwithadd.com/

Marla, Musings From A Special Needs Mom, http://www.musingsfromaspecialneedsmom.com

 

This blog tour was coordinated by Marla Murasko, from Musings From A Special Needs Mom (http://www.musingsfromaspecialneedsmom.com)

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Did you enjoy this post? Do you want more support? Fabulous! Check these out:

1. I’m on TwitterFacebook and Pinterest. I’m @GiftedWithADD

2. 30-minute free phone consultation. Schedule here.

3. If you haven’t gotten your copy of “Revolutionize Your ADHD Parenting in One Week,” grab a copy at this link.

xoxoxo, Margit

Copyright 2014 Margit Crane All Rights Reserved

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