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  • Deborah Underwood

Follow these tips to improve your child's focus.

Healthy Breakfast


Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It refuels the body. Make sure that your child has breakfast so that he/she wouldn’t be daydreaming about food when they should be focused on doing their work. This is among some of the reasons for not being able to focus. Breakfast rebuilds the body metabolism. It also improves the energy level of your body and helps with concentration.


Remaining Focus



What does it mean to be focused? In order for a child to concentrate he/she would have to be focused first. Being focused can enable a child to pay full attention to the tasks that are given to him/her. Parents can also help their child/children to be focused by engaging with them. They can play thinking games with them. Break down big tasks into smaller ones. This can assist with concentration.



Reduce screen time


In today’s society a lot of children are now able to have access to phones, tablets and televisions. You can limit the hours your child spends using electronic devices. You can give them things that they can use for creativity or something that forces them to think. Also set an example, use the time that is taken away to play educational games with your child. A child wouldn’t feel bored or burdened when they’re doing something that’s fun and time wouldn’t feel as long.