5 tips to improve your toddler's memory

     



Your toddler breaks rules!


It’s not that he is testing you or is impulsive. It’s simply because their memory isn’t fully developed and they often tend to forget random things.


How to deal with it?


The more your child is exposed to something, the more solid his memories will become.

  1. Establish routines - Repetition doesn't just apply to learning, but also to doing the same activity.

  2. Play memory games - Make up category games. This helps in recalling information.

  3. Walk down the memory lane - Recollect things that resonated your child strongly, any event or recreational activity they cherished. They will learn how to retell/replay stories

  4. Shut the eyes - Brain converts short term memory into long term memory when the person is asleep. It retains important stuff and empties the rest.

  5. Visual connection - Encourage imagination. Make the learning colorful. Color is something that gets through the low brain filter very well.

Your Child’s first day of school – 7 tips to help them get adjusted easily !!

        


  1. Provide Expectations- Children are naturally curious, active and eager to try new things, bring the excitement of their new play area.

  2. Don’t rush through the morning -Your child will get nervous seeing anxiety on your face.

  3. Arrive fashionably early- This will give your child ample time to settle in before the real action starts. He will also get accustomed with the new faces.

  4. Put on a happy face- This will comfort your child and give him courage to explore the new zone.

  5. When you enter the classroom, reintroduce the teacher to your child, and then step back to allow the teacher to begin forming a bond with your child. Your endorsement of the teacher will show your child that he will be happy and safe in the teacher's care.

  6. Hang around but don’t hover- As your child feels more secure, gradually melt to the background and let the teacher take over.

  7. Keep Goodbye short and sweet- Do not sneak. Leaving without saying goodbye may make kids feel abandoned, whereas a long farewell scene might only serve to reinforce a child's sense that preschool is a bad place.