Created by Updated on Oct 26, 2015
Hi, my son aged 7 years has the ability of creativity, good handwriting and activeness. But he did not have much memory to remember things. This worried me lot. Pls help me how to improve his memory?
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| Oct 27, 2015
Hi Shashikant, you can try playing some memory games. There are many which come in the market, where the child has to match tiles, or where he has to see the objects for a few seconds and then try and remember all of them later on. Also, in your daily routine, give him small responsibilites such as remind papa to go to the chemist today in the evening. And if he does, praise him amply or treat him. other activites like, when you come back from school remind mumma to call up papa etc. these should help.