Please don't disturb the children-Woodmam
The human brain has the characteristic that one part is fully focused and highly aroused, while the other parts are all relaxed and highly inhibited. When the part of the brain that is highly aroused and has a good supply of all nutrients, it appears to be particularly sensitive, able to understand and remember, and able to solve problems.
One educationalist made a graphic analogy: a light bulb in a room late at night at 1 o'clock, suddenly pulled on when all the other lights are off, will increase its light by one to two times more than usual. The reason for this is that all the other light bulbs in the house are "inhibited" at this time, and it is the only one that is "excited", so the current supplied to it is particularly sufficient.
So, by getting your child to develop the habit of concentrating on their studies and work, you are actually handing them a magic bullet for success.
So, how do you train your child to concentrate?
First, parents need to set a good example. A senior journalist from our newspaper once reported on a very focused girl with the title 'Time Time, Where Does It Come From'. This girl was very focused on both her homework and her play. As a result, not only did she excel in all her subjects, but she also developed her interests to the full. The girl's dedication was largely influenced by her father, who is an engineer. The girl's father studies and works every night with great concentration, and is never influenced by his family watching television or talking about the day. He said that it is not easy to achieve the level of concentration that a poet from the Northern Song Dynasty described as "those who concentrate on their work do not hear the shock of thunder and the cold and heat", but it is possible to concentrate on their work without being distracted by other things.
Secondly, make a point of getting your child to concentrate on one thing. For example, arranging for your child to organise books or toys, or to practise calligraphy, and so on, so that they can do one or two things at a time, is good for developing the habit of concentration.
In short, please do not disturb your child during their work or study time.
Educational toys can be used to prompt children's learning abilities