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Improve focus & concentration in a c hild
Improve focus & concentration in a c hild
Improve focus & concentration in a c hild
Improve focus & concentration in a c hild
Improve focus & concentration in a c hild
Improve focus & concentration in a c hild
Improve focus & concentration in a c hild
Improve focus & concentration in a c hild
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  • 1. How to ImproveFocus &Concentrationof a ChildBywww.makemegenius.comwww.makemegenius.comFree Science Videos for Kids
  • 2. For FreeScience Videosfor Kidswww.makemegenius.comFree Science Videos for Kidswww.makemegenius.comFree Science Videos for Kids
  • 3. Factors known to affect concentration Few factors that are known to affect concentrationpower in children are listed below:- When a child is not able to focus- When a child is restless or has restless mind- When a child is known to fidget a lot.- When a child is worried or scared about something- When a child is exhausted - When a child is boredwww.makemegenius.comFree Science Videos for Kids
  • 4. Benefits of Good Concentration- A child with good concentration power has better control over his thoughts andactions.- A child with good concentration power has a greater ability to focus on his studies- A child with good concentration power has good memory- A child with good concentration power is able to build more confidence- A child with good concentration power has strong will power- A child with good concentration power is always free from annoying anddisturbing thoughts- A child with good concentration power is always good in studies and otheractivities- - A child with good concentration power will always score better than otherswww.makemegenius.comFree Science Videos for Kids
  • 5. Important Tips Everything that serves as a distraction shouldbe kept out of sight A well balanced diet also helps improveconcentration power in children Inclusion of vegetables, fruits, fishes rich inomega-3, pulses and whole wheat etc inchilds diet can play an important role when itcomes to improving memory of children. A proper and regular routine can helpimprove concentration power in childrenwww.makemegenius.comFree Science Videos for Kids
  • 6. Important Tips The important thing is to set a studyroutine. Instead of forcing it let childrenchoose their own time. Fixed sleep time are good for disciplinebut remember that some kids find it easierto concentrate in early mornings andothers a bit late in the evening.www.makemegenius.comFree Science Videos for Kids
  • 7.  A straight back chair and a study tableare better at promoting concentrationthan studying on a reclining sofa or on abed which is more likely to invite sleep Help your child in organizing studymaterial well before he sits down to study.Give him a goal that he should try toachieve within the hour.Important Tipswww.makemegenius.comFree Science Videos for Kids
  • 8. Important Tips Heavy meals are liable to make the childlethargic and lazy. Feed your child with nutritious but lightmeals like juices, milk, fruits, and cheese atregular intervals rather than at one go.www.makemegenius.comFree Science Videos for Kids
  • 9. Important Tips Remember there is a limit to your childsattention span. An hour at a time should beenough for the child to concentrate onstudying after the initial five to ten minutes ofclearing out other distractions. Once the child settles down, make sure thereare no disturbances. External disturbances areone of the major factors that divert attention.www.makemegenius.comFree Science Videos for Kids
  • 10. For FreeScience Videosfor Kidswww.makemegenius.comFree Science Videos for Kidswww.makemegenius.comFree Science Videos for Kids

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