ADHD Reading: Educational Software for ADHD, LD Kids

Children with ADHD and learning disabilities often need extra help with reading, but that doesn't mean educational programs have to be boring. Read on for 6 programs and websites that help ADHD kids learn to read -- and have fun at the same time!

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Reader Rabbit: Learn to Read With Phonics

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Reader Rabbit is an early-reading program populated by a handful of animated characters dedicated to making phonics fun. Kids can follow a regimented word-for-every-letter routine or else explore a variety of activities at their own pace. Reading is taught via sounding words out and memorizing sight words.

The bottom line: Don't like dogs? Try a rabbit.

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