ADHD Toys: Top 10 Educational Games for Kids

ADD/ADHD kids may learn in the classroom, but school doesn't have to be their only form of education. Check out these 10 ADD-friendly toys that will help your ADHD child focus, learn problem-solving skills, and most of all, have fun!

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9. Melissa & Doug See & Spell

Ages 4 to 7
How did Melissa & Doug toys get so popular? Partly through their ability to cram multiple kinds of fun into simple, attractive wood products. This relatively cheap puzzle lets kids work on their spelling (three- and four-letter words), their hand-eye coordination, and even their writing by using the letters as stencils.

The bottom line: An attractive wood toy that helps children spell.

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