NASET

Authors: National Association of Special Education Teachers

The hours after school are a reprieve for kids with attention deficit disorder. After spending the day feeling stifled, misunderstood, and frustrated in the classroom, "after school" offers a chance to relax and just be themselves. But a significant portion of the learning that went into your child's brain during the day can be lost if it isn't reinforced at home in a visual format that kids with ADHD can easily grasp. In general, children with ADHD are right-brained learners. They prefer to learn visually - by watching or doing a task in an activity-based, hands-on format, not by listening to lectures, practicing drills, or memorizing. There are many ways to implement visual learning outside the classroom. Here are my best tips for doing it at home. Read More

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