Created by Updated on Jun 22, 2017
he knows 1 to 50 numbers how to write but he never try to write actually he don't want to write. if I scolded for a long time then he wrote on his own with out my help. he is 4 years 10 months and he is studying pp2
| Jun 22, 2017
My son hs d same problem.. should I say its laziness or should I say he is nt able to write.. Its worrying at times.. he says its difficult to write bt he likes to study n orally say it out.. more observant n memory is so good wth other things at home.. even I forgot things frm. my mind.. but he reminds me/us.. the same child when it comes to studies complinats of lack of interest.. Somebody please suggest ..
| Jun 22, 2017
Hi Metla, At this age, children love to play. So, as long as you make it interesting, child will be willing to do it. Here are some suggestions. 1) Draw a picture with numbers hidden in the picture. For example Use number 8 for the Wall clock, use 2 for a duck and so on. Ask your child to find and trace the numbers and write them down in a paper. 2) Write down some random numbers within 20 or 25 in small cards or pieces of paper(one number in each card/paper). Hide them around the house. Ask your child to search and collect them. Once he finds them, tell him to write down all the missing numbers. 3)Shuffle the playing cards and ask him to arrange them in ascending and descending order. Remove few cards from the set and ask him to write down the missing numbers. 4)have 2 sheets of paper (one for yourself and another for your child). Write a number in your sheet and ask your child to draw something using the number. (e. g can draw cat using number 3). Take turns in doing so. when it's your child's turn, ask him to write down a number for you to draw a picture. The only rule in the game is one should not repeat the same number that he wrote earlier in his paper (can repeat the number you wrote but not the number he already wrote). This way he wont be tempted to write the same number again and again. In all the above games, when he writes a number ask him to say the number. so you will know whether he knows to identify the number. Hope this helps. Use your imagination to come up with your own games.
| Jun 24, 2017
Hi Pratibha, See if this blog is helpful. https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/how-to-improve-concentration-levels-for-your-child/547