Child Psychology and Behaviour

less span of attention in a 4 yr old girl kid

Nimisha Arora
3 to 7 years

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Updated on Jul 08, 2016

my daughter is 4 yrs old she is very active but her span of attention is very less. she can concentrate on one thing for 2 to 3 mins only. she does not likes to study or do her work on her own. tell me how to increase her span of concentration....

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Subrat Patra

| Nov 25, 2016

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Nikita

| Jul 08, 2016

Hi Nimsisha, when the work is interesting she will definitely like to spend more time on her work. so make it interesting by making a game out of it.

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Parentune Support

| Jul 08, 2016

Hi Nimisha, here's a blog that may help you-https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/how-to-improve-concentration-levels-for-your-child/547

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