Why some Children are not attentive in learning?

29 Dec

Why some Children are not attentive in learning? Why do we often hear “Mom… can I do the home work later?”  “ Dad… I just did my math, can I do English latter ?” “ Reading is boring. “  “ Can I read tomorrow?”

 

Why children dislike to do math or reading?

The answer is simple “they get bored with current learning style or  frightened to learn new things. Because they feel that they are bad learners and so feel threatened.”

We need to change their learning style and help them to create positive image about learning.

1. Find out what is your child learning style.

2. Talk to them, let them know that “School work really can make them intelligent!”

3. Help them to learn using left and right brain together. (If you are doing jigsaw puzzle, it’s easier to look at the big picture on the box lid with your right brain while you’re tackling the details of the pieces with your left brain.)

4. Sit with them when they read or doing their homework. Spend time with them.

5. Create positive emotion when they learn. Teach them how to relax and calm themselves to become learning pro.

6. Create Schedule and learning space for your children. Set daily learning time for your children. Before bed. After school let them play for some time, then start learning.

7. Don’t push too much.

8. Repeat the same tasks multiple times. Read the same book many times. Repeat math facts several times. Repeating improves the confidence.

 

 

 

Facts to remember:

Learning stimulate brain cells. More stimulated brain cells means more intelligent you are.

You learn better and more easily when you use the left and right sides of your brain together.

Confident will make you learn faster. It is easy to convert negative thoughts into positive.

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2 Responses to “Why some Children are not attentive in learning?”

  1. Alpana Deo April 19, 2014 at 8:17 pm #

    Wow!! What a great topic. I really liked the post. It is one those areas which sometimes get neglected. It is very important to handle it carefully. Nice read.

    Alpana

  2. rootsandwings3 May 12, 2014 at 4:51 pm #

    Hi, I like your post! I have found, after 4 years of ‘home educating’ my son, that the reason he found school so hard was because of the separation of subjects that can’t be separated. It’s hard to see the point of studying subjects in isolation. Now that he is studying permaculture, he sees how all the subjects come together to make a whole. The course he is doing, by Geoff Lawton, is extremely high tech stuff, I’ve done a degree, and this is just as tough, and he’s only 14. I have a struggle to get him to stop studying he is so determined to learn everything there is about the subject, simply because this is his passion, and there is a very good reason for him to learn when he wants to spend his life following this line of work…

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