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The Best Board Games for Tweens and Teens with ADHD (Pandemic Edition)

Cape Fear Games in 2009, my husband and I had no idea that our boys would be diagnosed with ADHD. We didn’t know that board games would help us forge such powerful and meaningful family connections, or that game night would teach some skills even better than school.Twelve years and two children with ADHD later, we have a treasured collection of favorite board games that help to build skills like working memory, recall, focus, and strategic planning.

We have found that exercising these executive functions in game play is particularly helpful for tweens and teens. And I’m so pleased to share with you my family’s Top 10 favorite board games for adolescents with ADHD.

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