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1. In your relationship with the child, adhere to the "positive model". Praise him in every case, when he deserves it, underscore even minor successes.

2. Say "yes" more often, avoid the words "no" and "not."

3. Entrust him with some of the household chores that need to be done daily (go for bread, feed a dog, etc.) and do not perform them for him.

4. Start a diary of self-control and mark in it together with the child his success at home and at school.

5. Enter a point or sign system of rewards: (you can mark every good act with an asterisk, and a certain amount of reward with a toy, sweets or a long-promised trip).

6. Avoid inflated or understated requirements for the child. Try to set before him the tasks appropriate to his abilities.

7. Define a child's behavioral framework - what can and can not be done. Hyperactive children must cope with the usual problems for all growing up children. These children do not need to be removed from the requirements that apply to others.

8. Do not impose harsh rules on him. Your instructions should be instructions, not orders. Demand compliance with the rules concerning his safety and health, do not be so picky about others.

9. The evoking behavior of your child is his way of attracting your attention. Spend more time with him.

10. Keep a clear schedule at home. Eating, playing, walking, going to sleep should be done at the same time. Reward the child for its observance.

11. If it is difficult for a child to learn, do not ask for high marks in all subjects. It is enough to have good marks on 2-3 basic.

12. Create the necessary conditions for work. The child should have a corner of himself, during class on the table there should be nothing that distracts his attention. Above the table there should be no posters and photographs.

13. Avoid as large a clump of people as possible. Stay in shops, markets, etc. exerts on the child an excessive exciting effect.

14. Protect the child from fatigue, as it leads to a decrease in self-control and an increase in motor mobility. Do not let him sit at the TV for a long time.

15. Try to keep the baby from falling asleep. Lack of sleep leads to an even greater deterioration in attention and self-control. By the end of the day the child can become uncontrollable.

16. Develop in him conscious braking, learn to control yourself. Before you do something, let it count from 10 to 1.

17. Remember! Your peace of mind is the best example for a child.

18. Give the child more opportunity to spend excess energy.

19. Educate your child about an activity. It is important for him to feel competent in any field. Find those activities that would "work out" the child increased his self-confidence.

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