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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Raz-Kids

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Interactive e-books have proven useful for some new and struggling readers, and the Raz-Kids website offers a wide array of titles -- kids can listen to an audio reading while making their way through the text. Online quizzes are available too. You must subscribe to access the books.

The bottom line: A hefty subscription fee gets you access to instructional content.

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