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04/12/2017
It’s in a child’s nature to be active, energetic, curious, and easily distracted. Hopefully they'll hold onto the good qualities while also improving their short term memory. You can’t actually force children to focus, but you can help them increase their concentration for longer periods. Try some of these tips The Tutoring Center, Humble TX has for you.

Help Your Child Improve Their Concentration

A Healthy Diet: What your children eat affects their attitude and ability to concentrate. When they eat lots of junk food and sugary treats they can feel sluggish and distracted. If they eat foods rich in protein instead, their concentration levels will increase. Eating leafy greens and fruits rich in antioxidants can also give their brain a boost. Sequencing and organization activities: Sequencing is great for concentration. Having easy to follow steps can help children focus better. Invite your children to follow step-by-step cooking recipes or have them organize their books in alphabetical order. Physical activity: Often, children have a lot of pent up energy that hinders their ability to focus. Playing sports or doing other sorts of physical activity will allow them to release that energy. Afterwards ,they won't feel as restless and will find it easier to focus. Timed goals: When your children have to complete some homework or a chore, give them a time limit. Time limits can force children to focus so they can reach their goal within the established limits. You need to be careful with time limits because while some children thrive under pressure others can feel anxious and even more distracted.

Use Tutoring in Humble to Improve Concentration

Having a tutor can help your children focus on their homework assignments. Tutoring in Humble will give them a more personalized class suited to their scholastic needs. Learn the tutoring options The Tutoring Center, Humble TX has to offer by calling 713-854-0665.

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