5 Tips to Help Your Children Focus
Children who have a hard time focusing also have a hard time learning. Here are a few ways to help your children cut through distractions and get things done.
1. Jump into it
Procrastination is something we learn when we’re quite young which is why it’s important not to make a habit of putting off tasks. That goes for school projects and tasks around the house.
But it doesn’t mean your child has to do everything at once. Make it easier to get started, by breaking tasks into chunks. The important thing is to get started.
2. Limit directions to one or two at a time
In the same way that you break big tasks down into chunks, make sure each step only has one or two directions to follow at a time. This will make it easier for your child to remember and not get overloaded with too many directions.
3. Give it a time limit
When you have a deadline it’s easier to stay focused and hang in there. Set timers for your kids on how long they need to work before they can have a quick snack or a play break. You can increase the amount of time little by little as your children get older and better at focusing.
4. Try mindfulness.
Mindfulness is all about paying attention and focusing and can help your kids improve their ability to focus on lessons and on schoolwork. One way to practice is to sit quietly and focus on breathing in and out. If that’s too hard, taking a few deep breaths before class or a test can also make a difference.
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