Here are my Top Ten Tips Plus One on how to focus your children’s attention. Don’t forget to click through to the shopping lists at the end for more ideas and how-to’s! Rocking and swinging make for great calming effects and full body-brain coordination. Balance boards and balance stools/balls allow for movement while learning in a room with others. If you use a balance board or other tool that makes a clunky sound, you might prefer to do so over a square of carpet liner or foam kitchen mat. Calisthenics. All of those dorky looking floor exercises from the 70s and 80s actually do great things to your nervous system. Much of our attention and emotional and sensory regulation happens through our bodily movements.…