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01/07/2016

How to Improve Your Child's Concentration

Lack of concentration and focus can be the result of various factors. To help your child stay concentrated, The Tutoring Center in Tampa has some useful suggestions that may help improve their attention span.

Meet Your Child's Psychological Needs

If your child is having a hard time concentrating in class or while trying to complete homework assignments, make sure their psychological needs are being met. This means ensuring your child gets at least nine hours of sleep each night and that they are eating a well balanced diet. Taking breaks in between assignments and providing outdoor activities can also help keep your child stay concentrated.

Remove Distractions

Help your child concentrate on homework assignments and projects by removing any potential distractions from their work area. Set up a workspace in an area of your home that has minimal foot traffic and that is a distance away from televisions and other electronic devices. If your child needs a tablet or computer to complete their work, check in on them periodically to make sure they're not being distracted by social media.

Create To-Do Lists

To help keep you child on track, create to-do lists with all the assignments they need to complete. They can cross off items as they complete them. Lack of concentration can also sometimes be the result of large, intimidating tasks. If your child is intimidated by a large assignment, break it down into smaller parts that are easier to complete.

Tutoring in Tampa

The Tutoring Center in Tampa Bay can help help your child improve academically. Our trained tutors will ensure your child gets the attention they need. We have academic programs focused in reading, writing, math and test preparation. Contact us at (813) 991- 9888 for more information and to schedule your free consultation.

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