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Many schools are closing and switching to tech-based learning. Learn how to make it work for your child, plus hands-on learning & reading strategies.
Apps, tools, and creative ideas for at-home learning
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LEARNING OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL
Teaching with Technology
Millions of families are bracing for weeks away from the classroom — and exploring technologies to keep students learning despite COVID-19. Screen time overload worries many parents, but
iPads and other tech can work especially well for students with ADHD »
The Creative Mom’s Guide to Learning at Home
To keep your child's brain engaged and growing while school's not in session, you’ve got to think differently — and get messy.
Hands-on learning ideas →
Free High-Tech Learning Tools
Recommended Chromebook, iPad, Windows & Mac tools your child can use to build writing, reading & time-management skills from home.
See the apps and extensions →
Every-Night Ways to Build Stronger Reading Skills
After they learn to read, students are expected to read to learn — which is when kids with ADHD and LD falter.
Improving reading comprehension →
Teacher-Approved Apps & Tools
13 recommended apps to improve vocabulary, study habits, and more.
Download now →
FREE WEBINAR ON APRIL 9
Learn on-the-spot strategies for helping a child with sensory processing disorder at home and out & about.
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