The Tutoring Center, Bear DE 


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Attention can be defined as a cognitive function that allows one to process relevant stimuli while ignoring distracting ones. It’s no secret that having the ability to concentrate in one task without getting distracted is important to achieve academic goals. For this reason, at The Tutoring Center in Bear, we would like to share a few ideas to increase the attention span of your children. 

Minimize Distractions

Distractions are perhaps the most common obstacle, luckily there are many things you can do to reduce them. The most important is creating a study space, where your children can sit down and focus, don’t forget to establish clear study rules. Remember to block social networks and remove any distractions. 


Tasks that seem too difficult or too big can discourage your children from doing them. An easy thing you can do is break the activity into smaller steps, which can help to track progress and motivate your children to fulfill their objective. It’s also important that your children focus on one thing and avoid multitasking. 


Physical activity is also very important, which will not only keep your children healthy but also boost their mood and create the right mind frame to study. Also, meditation is a powerful tool that can enhance their concentration.

These simple ideas will help your children increase their attention span.  Organization also plays an important role in the academic achievement, so don’t forget to ready this previous post containing useful information to create a study schedule. 

Sometimes extra help is needed and if your children are struggling in school, think about The Tutoring Center, where you will find proficient tutors who follow our exclusive programs, that were designed to give our students the boost they need to reach their academic potential. Think about us next time you are looking for tutoring in Bear. 

To learn more about our programs, please visit our website or call (302) 832-2400.


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