I was thinking out loud on my other post about difficult child 2's focus improving after he's exercised a bit. Last night he did really well on his homework and that was after basketball practice. Today, he forgot his 12:30 medications because the school schedule was different. So he got them at 2:00 instead when he got home, but he was literally spinning. He said his mind was jumping all over the place -- almost to the "buzzing" point, as he calls it, but not quite. I let him play a computer game for an hour since he'd gotten home early, and then he went for a short bike ride down our hill and back up. It's a fairly steep ride back up, so he was winded and sweating by the time he got home. Then he sat down and got busy on his homework! And he's doing great. I haven't really had to redirect him at all like I usually do. I'm wondering if this half-hour of exercise is something we need to implement before homework EVERY day? Thoughts?