After working hard to focus and remember all day long, your child fights his nightly homework with a vengeance. And who can blame him? Children with ADHD struggle with executive functions, working memory, and restlessness — skills that are taxed all day. Parents who are tired of daily battles over vocab lists and multiplication tables agree: There has to be a better way.
In this 50-page special report from ADDitude, you’ll learn how to break the bad homework cycle and keep your child learning. Topics include:
- 10 unbreakable homework rules
- Setting routines that work, night after night
- Getting the teacher on your side, to figure out what works
- Tackling complex long-term projects, like term papers
- Helping your child study smarter and recall info at test time
- Apps, gadgets, and tools that help your child get the job done
This comprehensive special report contains expert tips, printable resources, and more, to help you and your child conquer homework — without tears.
9-PART HOMEWORK SURVIVAL GUIDE
This comprehensive report includes everything from writing down the assignment to tackling it without tears to making sure it gets turned in on time. Chapters include:
BEST HOMEWORK ACCOMMODATIONS
Real parents, students, and ADHD experts discuss the best accommodations to include in your child’s IEP or 504 Plan.
TACKLING TERM PAPERS
As children get older, homework gets more complex. This simple three-step plan helps kids plan, research, and execute big assignments.
DAILY REPORT CARD
A daily report card can improve your child’s homework accountability. We include a sample report card for you to get started.
MANAGING LEARNING DISABILITIES
Many kids with ADHD also struggle with learning disabilities like dyslexia. We outline how to tackle LD and ADHD challenges.
APPS AND GADGETS
If your kid is on her phone all day anyway, why not put it to good use? We recommend proven apps for studying and organizing.
ACING THE TEST
Even if she knows the material, tests still terrify your child. No matter what kind of test, here’s how she can get the grade she deserves.
“Homework done in tears won’t improve your child’s achievement — and will likely have a negative effect on his attitude towards school.” —the editors of ADDitude
Make Homework Productive Again: ORDER THE SPECIAL REPORT NOW!
The full report has even more useful information for conquering homework assignments — including tips for encouraging reluctant readers, how to boost poor memory, and a full list of additional resources from ADDitude!