Teaching children academic and study skills is crucial to their future in education and their life as a whole. Kids with ADHD need to learn these skills and apply them to the real world. We’ve gathered some of our favorite websites for parents of students with ADHD. The most important thing to remember is that you can help your student with ADHD build study skills just by being involved.
KidsHealth: KidsHealth outlines ten different ways that parents can have influence over their children’s success in school. The tips are simple and straight forward and show that being a part of your child’s learning journey is the ultimate factor.
LD Online: LD Online provides insight on how to make learning a positive experience. Their handy printout explains how studying and doing homework can be rewarding and helps kids find joy in improving learning skills
Understood: Understood is a fantastic resource for parents of kids with ADHD and other learning differences. This article by Amanda Morin offers 7 tips for parents on helping kids prioritize homework and improve studying for their kids. With organization in mind, Morin shows parents how to construct a setting where homework and studying can be fun.
Clay Center: The Clay Center aims to help parents promote and support the emotional well-being of young people through innovative education.
Education Corner: Education Corner provides proven tips and tricks for studying smarter, not harder.
The Study Gurus: While research on learning styles is limited, these strategies make sense. Study skills for active kids who are hands-on learners.