my child is 7. 6months old, he s a active child, but studies wise he always needs individual care lik doing homeworks,preparing for exams even in schools teachers should always monitor him for each n every work, in exams n all they have to keep on saying akash do this, write dis n all, so im getting so much of complaints from schools n even in tutions also they are saying he's easily distracting from studies, no concentration, easily forgeting thgs but wen I prepare him for studies he s doing very good at home with my care but I could not see d result when I get d progress card.. now should I take him to child counsellor or is there anythg to do with him? pls advice me,im so much worried abt him.. I dont care abt the progress card but need to know is it everythg ok with him..

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Updated on Aug 19, 2016

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Answer:
this is not something which is way off normal. The starting point to dealing with this is to understand that her attention span is suppose to be lesser compared to an adult and would not stay on just one thing/object, unless until it captures her imagination or surrounds wonder around it. You would need to make studying some of this, and that would make her interested in it. Here are a few tips - 1. Enrich your child's surroundings with books, picture books to explore, which, doesn't have to be class syllabus related, but more so in unique and interesting manner. for e. g. large flash cards with bright colours and images 2. Your child could also have a writing wall/white board for her,she could scribble anything she wants on it. Writing helps putting one's thoughts out, and shall generate interest in your child to express her thoughts. 3. Encourage him to ask queries. Make it interactive, playful, not necessarily and don't keep the example only from studies/books. 4. Get your child to try language puzzles/crosswords projects at home in different settings/situations/surroundings. It will help your child build associations and lasting concepts. Please read this blog as well - https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/how-to-improve-concentration-levels-for-your-child/547

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