My school use the Heggerty phonemic awareness program. Last year, my class loved it. This year, it's pulling teeth. I have two students with ADHD who struggle through it like nothing else. And they happen to severely need phonemic awareness. But I spend most of the time trying to bring them back to attention, I don't think they're learning much at all. Fidgets, movement options just make it worse. I don't know if I want to go to the instructional coach about it. She's pretty old school and I know the suggestion will be keep them in from recess and bribe them with candy. I'm against taking away recess especially in cases of ADHD and I'm just not a treat giver, but even if I did these I believe they'd be avoiding the actual question of strategies. So... Strategy ideas?