How to Cut Down on Visual Overload for a Child With ADHD, ADD or Dyslexia

Children with ADHD and ADD, even dyslexia, can find too much information on a page visually distracting and stressful.

Here’s a free way to help cut down on visual overload on school work and homework by cutting holes in cereal boxes.

You can cut the hole to fit the size of the activity, question or line.

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