How to improve memory of my kid
Created by Shipra Mahajan Updated on Jan 20, 2016
My kid is in class first... he always forgot the topics being tought in the class.. he is good in reading but not so fast in writing part.. so any suggestions
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| Jan 20, 2016
Hi Shipra, it's natural for little children to forget things. Not all children can recall in the evening the events that happened in the morning though on the same day. So pinpoint on a subject and talk about it. For example ask "in math you were supposed to learn money concept. So what activity did you do? Did you use any coins to trace or count?" Or remind him the time in which the event must have happened. " what did your class teacher say just before you left for recess? Did she give you any reminders?" Or say something that he is familiar with. "Did your friend D sit next to you when you were writing? Anything interesting that happened in language class. What were you two discussing?". Avoid asking the same question everyday. It's better to get the monthly syllabus or yearly curriculum overview from teacher so you will have an idea what would be taught every month. Tell him that you can't take "no" for an answer. He can't say "I don't remember or I don't know". Tell him to try a little harder to recall. It at least takes a couple of years for him to tell you what was taught without any prompt. For slow writing, keep working on improving his fine and gross motor skills.