The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of perceptual–motor trainings on Reaction time and anticipation children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. For this purpose, 30 hyperactive children [Mean age, 8/2] were randomly selected. Conner’s Parent Questionnaire and Device response time and Coincidence Anticipation Timing were used. After the pretest, the experimental group for 8 weeks, three sessions per week of 45 minutes of exercise such as [balance exercises, strength training exercises, coordination, etc.] did. In data analysis, paired and independent t-test were used to compare the means scores of pre-and post-test. Results indicated that there was significant difference between Reaction time and ticipation pre-test and post-test scores of experimental groups. In regard to results, probably perceptual–motor Trainings, improves Reaction time and ticipation in these children.