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 Post subject: Upping Concentration
PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 12:18 pm 
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Have any of the wise and good of you out there, got any fun tips, games,
tricks up their sleeves that would aid in up-ping a child's concentration levels?


Any advice welcome :D


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 12:25 pm 
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First, child must be we11 rested and we11 fed.

Helps if Mum is awake too. :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 12:25 pm 
My son who is just 7 absolutely adores playing Star Wars Monopoly and will happily sit and give full concentration for well over ann hour.
Plus he is learning to take turns,using maths skills for the money,and how to manage a budget and take calculated risks.
There are many other versions available.

Also he really likes to bake and will give full concentration for the duration whilst learning how to weigh and measure etc etc..

Take daily Omega-3 fish oil capsules.
Avoid sodium metabisulphate (found in squash).
Avoid highly coloured sweets.


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Laid back son worried mum wrote:
First, child must be we11 rested and we11 fed. :lol:



I knew there was something I was forgetting.
You mean you have to feed them too :shock:


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Anonymous wrote:
My son who is just 7 absolutely adores playing Star Wars Monopoly and will happily sit and give full concentration for well over ann hour.
Plus he is learning to take turns,using maths skills for the money,and how to manage a budget and take calculated risks.
There are many other versions available.

Also he really likes to bake and will give full concentration for the duration whilst learning how to weigh and measure etc etc..

Take daily Omega-3 fish oil capsules.
Avoid sodium metabisulphate (found in squash).
Avoid highly coloured sweets.


Unfortunately the only thing my son is good at concentrating on is the Telly :cry:

Thanks Guest I will invest in some capsules, and try baking (one of my many stengths;not!). Perhaps we can learn together :D


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