6 Memory Tricks for ADHD Students

Use these six strategies to help attention deficit students retain information and remember what they learn.


Filed Under: Improving ADHD Memory, ADHD in High School

Use Mnemonic Devices

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2. Teach memory strategies.
Some popular mnemonics include HOMES (the Great Lakes: Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior) and Dead Monsters Smell Bad (steps for long division: divide, multiply, subtract, bring down).

3. Create acrostics or whole sentences.
“Every Good Boy Does Fine” is an excellent way to help ADHD children recall the sequence of lines in the treble clef (EGBDF).

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