If your child is having difficulty focusing, he or she may be experiencing something called giftedness . Talk with your child's teachers about how to help him or her manage the attention problems. It can also be helpful for a child to have a device that can be used in class to create a distraction. It will also help them stay focused and pay attention throughout the day.
Siblings and parents can help keep focus by reminding students to bring in their backpack with a small pencil, notebook, dictionary, and headphones to keep them focused throughout the school day. Other additions to a child's classroom can include a small desk light, a colored pen, and an alarm clock. There are also many educational apps that can be used to help students focus.
Read them the Magic Tree House books and the color-in books as they come home. If they still have a hard time paying attention, suggest that they purchase a book light or a series of tea lights. The lights will gradually help them re-focus their eyes and brain.
A study published in the Journal of Pediatric Psychology found that school children who studied at night took longer to fall asleep and also had longer periods of sleep compared to those who studied in the morning. The results suggest that children who study in the morning may have more alertness and can focus better on their studies.
Does your child struggle with the time it takes to get homework done? If so, you need to teach them how to make the most of their time. Avoid letting them feel the guilt of not being able to get all their work done.
When you are at home on break, try to stay occupied with activities that don't require too much concentration. For example, if you are a sports fan, you can start watching games, but not keep track of scores. If you are a bookworm, perhaps you could read a few chapters. Other sedentary activities such as playing a video game, watching TV or playing a video game can also help.
The human brain needs sleep to function at peak efficiency. If your child has ADHD and is not getting enough sleep, they may be having problems concentrating. Try to help your child get enough sleep, at the same time as helping them with homework.
If you find that your child seems to procrastinate, or if your child has made the leap to become a procrastinator, do not panic. Instead, try to stay calm and keep the lines of communication open. Set a daily time to talk to your child about his or her homework. You will know if your child is procrastinating if you do not have to remind them of it. If you do, that is another indicator that your child is not doing their work.
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