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The Creative Mom’s Guide to Learning in the World

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ADHD or ADD) and learning disabilities, who work diligently and tirelessly for each and every academic gain they make. The last thing anyone wants is to waste three months re-teaching and re-learning all of the lessons from last spring.

Yet you’re not sure where or how to begin a summer learning program. You also don’t want to spend your summer battling with your child.

To be honest, neither did I, which is why I developed this summer learning plan for my ADHD: creative, fun activity ideas to help your child maintain their reading, writing, and mathematical gains through the summer.Simple fact: Your child won’t read unless she sees you reading.

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