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doesn't want to do written work at all

Rachna Pachar Kaswan
3 to 7 years

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Updated on Jul 25, 2017

my 5. 6 yrs son is not doing his class work only writing work but he is very good in learning. his catching power is very good . but doesn't want to do written work. what to do PLZZ help

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Shikha Batra

| Jul 25, 2017

Megha please go through this talk. hope u will find it useful.. Hey! I find this Parent talk really interesting. I suggest you have a look too: https://www.parentune.com/parent-talk/good-in-reading-and-least-interested-in-writing/82232?ptref=sa0g000030g1rg8

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Megha Chetly

| Jul 25, 2017

Hi .Shikha Batra. I have done all these things but no gain. he writes one subject class work and the rest are blank.

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Farida Bharmal

| Jul 25, 2017

Hi Rachna Writing is a very complicated process, but most children gradually get better at writing as each year passes. Some 4 to 6 year olds may just be too young or too immature to manage the whole writing process. He could be avoiding the writing because it would be frustrating to him, or he doesn't identify with the letter or knows the letter but can't write it down. Either way it's always a good idea to get the kids interested in writing in a fun way. Get them to colour , paint, scribble the word on sand , get small pebbles and ask them to put it on a drawn pattern. The most important activity you do it to make sure the child enjoys the process and looks forward to it .

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Shikha Batra

| Jul 25, 2017

hi Megha! hope u r doing good! please read the comment below . hope u will find the suggested tips handy.

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Shikha Batra

| Jul 25, 2017

hi Rachna Pawar ! u could divide work in to smaller chunks and add words to your vocabulary such as " amazing, excellent, awesome, mind blowing, too good, out of this world". for initial few days whenever he does lil bit of writing work, praise him wit these words. give a smiley sticker or a star on his hand. gradually his interest should increase. make sure u don't scold him at all. keep on appreciating him for his genuine efforts. this should work!

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Megha Chetly

| Jul 25, 2017

same problem is with my son also.

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