Book #24 in our 30 Days-30 Books

Your “smart but scattered” child might struggle with everyday tasks, anything from finishing homework or simply putting away toys. In this helpful book, Dr. Peg Dawson and Dr. Richard Guare shed light on some of the challenges children sometimes face, and they help provide you with the answers you might be seeking on how to help your child with simple tasks. These easy to follow steps identify where your child’s strengths lay, and where they might have some weaknesses. Using activities and techniques proven to boost specific skills, you’ll be able to solve the problems that sometimes follow daily routines.

An invaluable resource, parents who have read this book highly recommend this when trying to find tips on helping your kids. Check out Smart but Scattered: The Revolutionary “Executive Skill” Approach to Helping Kids Reach Their Potential if you need some help. You won’t regret it.