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!


Filed Under: ADHD Products, ADHD in Preschool|Kindergarten, Learning Disabilities, Children's Books
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Phonics and Reading Excelerator

Windows & Mac

The four-disc CD-ROM set weaves phonic rules, consonant sounds, short and long vowels, and other key concepts into a collection of entertaining activities. Kids eventually move up to synonyms and homonyms, creative thinking skills, and writing proficiency.

The bottom line: An extensive collection of phonics-based activities.

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