Dealing with electroencephalogram signals (EEG) are often not easy. The lack of predicability and complexity of such non-stationary, noisy and high dimensional signals is challenging. Cross Recurrence Plots (CRP) have been used extensively to deal with detecting subtle changes in signals even when the noise is embedded in the signal. In this contribution, a total of 121 children performed visual attention experiments and a proposed methodology using CRP and a Welch Power Spectral Distribution have been used to classify then between those who have ADHD and the control group. Additional tools were presented to determine to which extent the proposed methodology is able to classify accurately and avoid misclassifications, thus demonstrating that this methodology is feasible to classify EEG signals from subjects with ADHD. Lastly, the results were compared with a baseline machine learning method to prove experimentally that this methodology is consistent and the results repeatable.