It sounds a little unbelievable, but having your child play the right way can help him/her do better in school. My son, for instance, is super playful. Nothing holds his attention for too long and to top that his grade suffered from all the distractions and I also noticed he had issues with thinking out solutions that involved numbers. And then he had to be always cautioned by the teacher.
I started seeing he was becoming more withdrawn. A couple of times I checked with the school and mentioned this, but no one seemed to get it. It was way annoying. I went through his grade books, and they were horrifying. So I decided to get him a private tutor, but the same thing happened.…he’d cry and throw tantrums whenever the tutor came around the house.
However, I knew something was wrong. James was a good boy; he was always playful with other kids. But somehow he always acted up whenever a teacher was around. So I started to research to find out what could be the problem. It took me down a lane of discoveries, most of which I can’t talk about here. The part that interested me the most was the subject of how much kids’ educational toys can do to their brain improvement, and concentration skills.
One day I went online and ordered this particular one for him When it came in, I was scared he won’t touch them. But then I lay them on the floor, and because it was just like any toy his eyes lit up, and he did not perceive the educational aspect. That afternoon he threw himself into it, and we had to drag him away when it was time for dinner.
He immediately became more curious – his concentration level spiked instantaneously. Somehow all this created a domino effect that spilled over into his grades. Before all this I had always known he was a bright boy; he just needed a bit of inspiration to bring it to the fore. And this toy did precisely just that for him. If you have a child who you believe has more inside, but somehow it doesn’t reflect in his grades then like my James, I think all he/she needs is to learn concentration with these toys, and everything else will fall in place.