It is possible that symptoms of inattention are more obvious while reading, especially if the child does not like to read or is not good at reading. However, it is most likely that symptoms of inattention would be present in other circumstances and settings and during other activities. This is a question for a pediatrician or developmental psychologist. Visit CHADD.org for more information.

It also may be that they are not interested in the text of the book, or that they don't like to read. If the symptoms in question are just slow reading or subvocalization or true vocalization during reading it may be a different disorder, or that they find reading for a while to be bothersome. Although, there are cases where the child would hyperfocus on the book instead and not notice surroundings due to being engrossed in reading. This can also be a symptom. I would ask a psychiatrist who specializes in children's Psychology for more information, and do so in person if I were you, to have a better discussion.

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Q: Can a child just have ADD in one area such as reading?

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just the area around the outside of it so think of the perimiter and add the area so just measure the area and perimiter and add them 2gether

Add 273.15 to Celsius to get Kelvin.

not to be rude but I really think ADD is just another way to charatarize our children,your child just like to be active and have fun like any other child,very active kids are just being kids.

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area=length*hight for perimeter you just add up all the sides

Absolutely; a step child is legitimately a member of a family and can be insured, or can be the beneficary of a family insurance policy, just like a biological child.

well start with the basics such as 1x1 tell him that when you multiply you just add the same number as many times as it says. example: 5x5 you just add 5, 5 times that equals 25... or.. 10x10 you add 10, 10 times!! do it like that and it will become clear to you child.

just went through this....it depends on the age of the child...but mostly~Yes, you can.

Yes, you can add the child and the car

It would be better to add "have." The concert to which you have just listened was the same one you once heard as a child.

you add the area

You just add up your score on a scale from 200 to 800 for each of the three section (Writing, Critical Reading, and Math).

Just add the area of the six squares - that gives you 6a2, where a is the length of one side.

add knowledge

Add the area of the base to the combined area of the faces Or just do this formula: PIxradius squared+ PIxradiusxThe slant height (if it is given)

How do you add your child as joint tenant to your home loan

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Yes, if it is bound by plane figures, just add the area of each plane figure. If it has a curved surface, divide it into many small pieces, to approximate the area with small rectangles or triangles, then add them up.

Most schools are looking for the sum of your Critical Reading and Math scores only.

you are suppose to MULTIPLY on area.

You times when doing area. You add when finding permiter.

Simple the Perimeter you just add the outside numbers. For area. When I look at an octagon I see a rectangle and two Trapezoids on either side of the rectangle. So find the area of each object then add the areas up and voila you got the area of a rectangle.

you just take the length of it's midsegment and multiply it by its height to find area. to find it's perimeter, just add the measures of it's sides

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