How to Avoid the Summer Learning Slide
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School Rules! ADDitude's ADHD & Learning Guide

Keep Learning All Summer

11 Summer Brain Builders
Summer Brain Builders
The brain needs exercise to stay strong. For children with ADHD or learning disabilities, this is particularly true. 11 ways to help students retain what they've learned this summer.
The Creative Mom’s Guide to Hands-On Summer Learning
Your Guide to Hands-on Summer Learning
To avoid the summer slide, you need to think creatively — and get messy. Start with these ideas for low-cost, interactive ways to keep your child's ADHD brain active and growing.
Camp Kodiak
Beat the Summer Slide: Make a Big Splash with These ADHD-Friendly Learning Projects
What Is Your Child's Passion Project?
Workbooks will not keep kids with ADHD engaged over the summer. Interactive, hands-on project-based learning will. How to get your child started on a passion project.
Brilliant Idea Alert! An “Ethics Manual” for Your Teen’s Electronics
A Digital "Ethics Manual"
Technology is mind-expanding — and awfully fun. It's also a huge time and attention suck. Learn how to keep your teen's devices from taking over her summer.
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Download: 20 Secrets to a Smarter Summer
Secrets to a Smarter Summer
How to keep your child moving and learning — without sacrificing the joy and freedom summer brings. Get the download!
10 Fun Ways to Keep Math Skills Sharp Over the Summer
10 Fun (Really!) Math Activity Ideas
Don't let your child's math skills fade over summer break! Look for shapes and patterns on a nature walk, keep track of stats during a baseball game, + 8 more ideas.
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Dear ADDitude: Should I Worry About Video Game Addiction? - Jodi Sleeper-Triplett answers
Should I Worry About Video Game Addiction?
Q: My teen seems to be self-medicating with video games while taking a drug holiday this summer. Should I be worried? See the answer >
Dear ADDitude: Will My Dyslexic Child Ever Read for Fun?
Encouraging a Dyslexic Child to Read for Fun
Q: Motivating my child to read during the school year is especially difficult. During the summer, it is downright impossible. See the answer >
Dear ADDitude: How Can We Weave Math Lessons Into Our Summer? - Sandra Rief Q&A
Weaving Math Lessons Into the Summer
Q: How can we help our daughter retain the math skills she worked so hard to build up without forcing worksheets on her? See the answer >
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