Quiet Games and Activities for Children with ADHD “Odd, isn't it, how, as they gain experience, the senses become blunted. One must keep them up by making a game of it, like the boy, Kim, in Kipling. Do you enjoy Kipling?” -A Study in Sherlock, “You’d Better Go in Disguise” by Alan Bradley (pg. 5).
File Folder Game-- this one could fall under "transportation" OR "jobs" (jobs in the sense of who drives what)-- but can be done with anything, really! Love the idea that 2/3 of the pieces are pre-attached, and the children put the third one in its correct place, but for older children, they can put the entire thing together themselves!