My son is in class 1 this year. He is very good at Maths. We don't need to work hard to teach him this subject. My brother's children are taking Olympia exams since past many years. So I also thought of enrolling my son for those exams right from 1st class. I have applied for Science, Maths and English, all the three Olympiads for him this year. I have bought all the three preparation books for him. Those books contain 4 choices types of questions. Choosing 1 option out of 4 is a game sort of thing for him. So he is only interested in just ticking the option. I want him to first read and understand each and every question and then decide which option is best. Throughout my explanations of the question and why the chosen option is correct one, he doesn't take any interest in that process. All he wants is just an option to tick. For Maths subject, for the easy questions though, he learns the logic and selects right option but for reasoning, he is behaving options only way. I don't know how to tackle this. Any suggestions?

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