Why is my child so restless?
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Children, concentration, learning, memory

 
Children, concentration, learning, memory
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When you go somewhere for the day or after your child's been to a party, ask them to tell you all about the things they've taken part in.

Not only does this little exercise allow them to focus on their memories: it also requires them to structure their thoughts into a start, a middle and an end.

Help them and go back over things if they get lost. Little by little, structures will materialize, which will help their concentration.




  
  


Parenting Editor
10/01/2009
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