concentrate in his studies.
Created by Jyoti Bhatia Updated on Jun 29, 2016
please suggest me my elder child can't concentrate in his studies. what can I do? He is 3rd class
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| Jun 29, 2016
Hi Jyoti Bhatia! I understand your concerns! The attention span of children is this age group is not more than 30to 45 minutes. Having said that it's imp to note that mostly children can't concentrate longer than 10 to 15 minutes. You could find out his learning style i. e how he learns better-by doing himself, by seeing, by listening. Make use of at least two methods to explain a concept. Try and relate it to day to day life to make it interesting. U could show him real life things, search internet/books, visit museums if required , make use of placards, posters, drawings,diagrams, flow charts or let him experiment to teach a concept. Avoid having distractions around . Make sure u r not stopping him to study while it's time for him to play. So as far as possible follow a routine. U could play games which improve his concentration. Jyoti u can find blogs on the same on Parentune to improve concentration and to improve memory through playful ways. Hope this helps!