This action research aimed to study the influence of interactive play in the social skills of pupils with ADHD. Specifically, it attempted to find out the level of social skills of children with ADHD before and after the intervention using play by comparing the pretest and posttest results. The researcher used the rating scale (to rate the performance of the child per session), journal (used in recording in daily behaviors exhibited by the subject, his attention span and the problems encountered by the researchers), and lesson plans (composed of a 10-day plan used in guiding the researchers in teaching the child during the sessions). The results of the study showed the improvement of the child's social skills after using interactive play. Results further showed that there were areas in the child's social skills which were influenced by the intervention but some of the areas remained the same. Based on the findings of the study, interactive play had significantly influenced the social skills of children with ADHD.