Why Are 4-year-old Children So Hard To Learn And Concentrate?
my younger sibling 4.5 years old was hard to learn, once wanted to learn must often daydream and hard to concentrate on what he taught me. my brother was very active it could be said to be hyper active, but when told to learn his concentration would definitely decrease and often daydreaming. how to overcome it? thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Difficult learning is indeed a common problem faced, ranging from toddlers, children, adolescents, maybe even adults. The reasons are varied, some are indeed due to lack of motivation, not interested in the learning material, lack of nutrition so it is difficult to concentrate, and so on, to the point that it is really due to a certain disease, such as autism, mental retardation, developmental delays and ADHD conditions.
In the case of your sister, with all these possibilities, we suggest taking your sister to the pediatrician, child psychologist or child psychiatrist. This is because there is a lot to be explored, sometimes even the complaints of learning difficulties must be rectified again, whether he is difficult to catch, or difficult to maintain focus. Because it is possible for a smart child, when he has grasped the essence of his learning, he quickly gets bored and does not focus anymore. So not even that focus is not necessarily difficult to learn. Conversely, if it is difficult to catch, even though it has been focused for a long time and taught many times, its understanding still does not increase. This needs to be ascertained, along with a number of other factors, for example it could indeed be your family's high standards so that your brother's normal behavior is considered lazy to learn. However, he is not even 5 years old, it is natural that he still really wants to play.
Therefore, by checking your younger sibling with the professionals we mentioned above, the condition of your younger sibling can be assessed more thoroughly and if in the end it requires further treatment, the strategy can be discussed more clearly with the family. For now, the family should be patient and adjust more to their conditions, not over-exerting themselves and prioritizing examinations to the experts. So, hopefully answering your question.