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Dificultades en la escuela

Averigüe cómo el TDAH y las discapacidades del aprendizaje pueden causar que los niños obtengan malas calificaciones y tengan dificultades en la escuela. Obtenga consejos y sugerencias sobre cómo ayudar a los niños a terminar la tarea y progresar en la escuela.

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Tips and strategies

  • Consejo práctico
    Set a time limit.

    Give kids a set amount of time for homework to help it feel more manageable. Try using the “10-minute rule” that many schools use — that’s 10 minutes of homework per grade level. And let kids know it’s OK to stop working for the night.

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    Say it’s OK.

    A lot of second graders struggle with math. Say that it’s OK if they need more time or extra practice. And if you’ve ever struggled with math, be open about that. It helps when kids know they’re not the only ones who struggle.

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  • Consejo práctico
    Try using a fidget.

    Having something to fidget with, like a stress ball, can actually help some kids focus. For others, though, it’s a distraction. So keep an eye on whether it’s helpful or making it harder to focus.

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School struggles

Homework battles: What really matters

Homework. It’s a source of battles in many families. But does it have to be? How can we make homework less stressful for everyone?


  • Frustration outreach and supportPDF

  • Frustration pattern finderPDF

  • Frustration trackerPDF

  • Parent-teacher conference worksheetPDF

More resources

Get more tips and connect with experts on Wunder. It’s a free community app for parents raising kids with learning and thinking differences, like ADHD and dyslexia.

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