ADHD Worksheet for Teachers

What is the theory behind this ADHD Worksheet for Teachers?

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common neurodevelopmental disorder diagnosed in early to late childhood that is characterised by impulsive behaviours, hyperactivity and difficulty in focusing. It affects all aspects of a child’s life including their academic outcomes. A good treatment program incorporates behaviour management not just at home but at the school as well. 

How will the worksheet help?

The worksheet will provide a template that  teachers can use to encourage desirable behaviour in the classroom. It will help provide clear, achievable goals and motivation for the child to improve their behaviour. A collaborative effort of parents and teachers can maintain consistency in behavioural training at home and school. 

How to use the worksheet?

Teachers can discuss the worksheet with the child’s parents to identify few social and academic problematic behaviours that need to be replaced with desirable behaviours. The behavioural targets should be specific and easily achievable. A star can be given to indicate the child achieved the behavioural goal for that day. Rewards can be decided for each day and a grand reward for collecting all the stars by the end of the week. 

ADHD Worksheet for Teachers

Name of Student: _____________________________   Grade: ______________

Name of Teacher: ___________________________________________

Behavioral GoalsMonTuesWedThursFriSat
Total number of stars earned daily 
Total number of stars in a week
Daily Rewards for earning total maximum number of stars

Grand Weekly reward for earning total maximum number of stars


Pfiffner, L & Haack, L. (2014). Behavior Management for School-Aged Children with ADHD. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 23(4), 731-746.

You can download this worksheet here.

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