FIDGETING & MOVING
For kids with ADHD, moving and fidgeting is an urge they cannot resist and hyperactivity, inattention and impulsivity are regular parts of their school day.
(Source: Improving Classroom Behavior: help ADHD children to stop fidgeting. ADDitude Magazine)
Fidgeting and moving is a natural way to help regulate symptoms and facilitate learning in children with ADHD and inhibiting movement in these kids makes it difficult for them to learn.
Children with ADHD can’t fidget and move in a non-disruptive way in a sitting desk.
(Source: ADHD, Not Just for Kids, Mark’s Psychiatry)