Kids and Concentration in School
Veterinarian Reviewed on January 13, 2012 by Paulina Nelega, RH
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Kids and Concentration in School
The Best Way to Help Your Children to Concentrate in School
Most children have the ability of great concentration, which is naturally gone during the growing up period. However, how best to help your child concentrate in school is an essential question that could help parents to improve the ability of their children. Through this article, you will be provided with certain ways to communicate with your child, thus, it can also encourage the child to focus more on what he or she wants to do with his or her daily activities. This will also help your child to use their skills making them more productive, successful and enjoyable.
The Ability to Concentrate
The first important thing that you have to do is to make your child be aware and distinguish the feeling of concentrating and teach them how to determine what will happen if such concentration is simply broken. However, before doing it, you have to observe first your child in this following manner.
- Observe your child when he is concentrating very hard.
- Observe the time that he or she spends in certain activities.
- Observe if he or she is easily distracted during his or her concentration period.
Here are the following ways and symptoms to be familiar with if you don’t know how best to help your child concentrate in school.
- Falling asleep
- Looking far from such object for over a second
- Closing one’s eyes for over a second
The levels of cognitive, motor-skill and linguistic in children can merely affect their ability and willingness to concentrate. Parents act as the teacher that could support their children to develop concentration for the different activities. Simultaneously, it is important that you have to encourage the children to stay and experiment with activities, which could challenge their skills. However, one should provide level of activities which are both potentially successful and inviting.
A child, who came to school tired, overly excited and upset, will then be distracted in concentrating in a certain activity. These are concentration tips to assist children to easily learn and understand how best to help your child concentrate in school.
- Having the awareness of the individual differences
- Giving extended time doing independent activities for children
Through the help of a teacher, home exercises and coping mechanisms, you can easily help your child cope in school and focus concentrating.
Once the child understands the word concentration and how to use it, then he or she will enjoy playing any concentration game. Through this, you can easily encourage your child to apply certain skills of concentration to their schoolwork and other related activities. Therefore, remember to praise him or her when he or she uses it for any revision or homework. Keep in mind that you have to point out certain concentrating benefits to show him or her with more encouragement. Also, your child will simply be able to grip these important skills throughout his or her entire childhood, and use it when they become an adult.
Paulina Nelega, RH, has been in private practice as a Clinical Herbalist for over 15 years. She has developed and taught courses in herbal medicine, and her articles on health have appeared in numerous publications. She is very passionate about the healing power of nature. Ask Dr. Jan