12+ Tricks to Help ADHD Kids with Reading, Writing & Math

ADHD students often struggle with reading, writing, and math due to their inability to control attention and focus. Try these learning strategies with your attention deficit child to help him gain key language and arithmetic skills.


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Reading help for children with ADHD and learning disabilities ADDitude Magazine

Children with ADHD are not smarter or slower than their non-ADHD classmates. They just think differently. And sometimes they need custom-tailored learning tricks to translate their unique understanding of school material into good grades in core grade-school subjects like reading, writing, and math.

Your child's teacher may not have the time, patience or expertise to offer your ADHD child the specific tips and strategies she needs to learn these subjects. That's where you come in. You can help your child use creative reading, writing and math learning tricks in ways that work best for her. Give the following teacher-tested ticks a try, and watch her gain school success at every age.

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