Saturday, 7 May 2016

Simple steps to motivate your children to concentrate on studies

Most of us find difficult to motivate our kids to concentrate on studies. It is Parents’ responsibility to bring interest in studies when they are young. There are simple steps to take from the beginning.

Create fun environment:

A young child likes to see pictures rather reading through text. Parents have to spend time and buy attractive books with colourful pictures. This makes your Children to get interested in these books. Also, you can make interesting objects to resemble the actual pictures. This will give real time experience for your Children.

Teach through games:

Do some research and introduce new games to read tricky subjects, especially Mathematics. This really helps instead of telling them to read through books. Keep finding new games to stimulate their brain and learn.

Spend time with Children:

It is very important to spend time with Children when they are studying, more importantly during their early days of schooling. This will make them to understand importance of studies, motivate them to read and concentrate in their studies.

Help them to overcome their mistakes:

It is very common to make mistakes, nothing wrong in making mistakes. Learning from mistakes is important. If your Children make any mistakes, correct them with kind words, explain them the implications of the mistakes. Teach them how to overcome and avoid such mistakes in future. This will bring confidence in them to explore the unknown.

Take them to places to explore:

Children loves travelling, visiting new places. Parents have to make use of this interest by taking them to various places like Museum, Zoo, Historical places to enhance their learning. During this visit, explain them relevancy to their subject what they are learning in School. Motivate them to ask questions to explore more.

Appreciate and Reward them for small success:

Rewards are the visible outcome of appreciation. Learn to appreciate their small success in studies and make sure you reward them with their favourite gifts. This will motivate them to do well in their studies.

16 comments:

Sandee said...

If you can get the kids engaged they will learn.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

eileeninmd said...

Hello, this is a great post and information. Children do need help from their parents and not just from the teachers.
Great ideas and tips! Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

Beauty Unearthly said...

Really interesting post...thx for sharing! xx

Bob Bushell said...

That a real way of learning, keep it up.

Denise inVA said...

Great tips! Enjoyed reading this post, thank you.

Lowcarb team member said...

Some helpful advice here ...

All the best Jan

Nancy Chan said...

Very helpful tips. Have a blessed Sunday!

Linda said...

Great tips here! Thanks so much for sharing.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

It's taking children out and about and helping them learn more about subjects they might be interested in ... and also giving them an opportunity to appreciate subjects they perhaps haven't come across in any great depth. It's stimulating them to want to learn - and then they'll help themselves learn, with that extra help from others who have that extra knowledge ... bringing learning to life ..

Cheers Hilary

jack69 said...

Very good read, Thanks. I am working on relating with Great Grands.
SWEET!

BECKY said...

Excellent ideas! I need to do some of these with my grandchildren! Love the idea of taking them on an exploration!
Thank you!
Becky

laurie said...

such a great inspirational post!!

Tricky Wolf said...

If you can teach your children to enjoy learning then the battle is already won

mun said...

Great tips! If only all parents know this. Thanks for sharing.

Missy George said...

great guidelines...It has to be fun..

Sandra Cox said...

You've got a lot of great ideas here for making learning fun. It makes all the difference.

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