The best ways to assist kids enhance attention and impulse control with self policy abilities Part 1



Part 1 – Kids have to find out ways to self manage. Teach your kids or trainees a set of 12 self policy abilities that enhance attention, self control, and knowing. This video includes Experience Abilities 1-4 from Move with Me Action Adventures. Find out more at move-with-me.com.

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  1. Naeem Sabir on October 5, 2016 at 1:40 am

    how to treat or deal with a kid who otherwise talks shrewdly and intelligence and seems to be so witty and mature but when it comes to studies he cant focus and learn slowly and tend to forget the taught maths or other subjects 

  2. Naeem Sabir on October 5, 2016 at 1:40 am

    am talking about a 7 years old kid

  3. Leah Kalish on October 5, 2016 at 1:40 am

    Naeem,
    At 7, my son could read but hated doing so, and though he was clearly intelligent and articulate,  he could not focus and learn easily.  Fortunately, it was recommended that we check his visual processing ability.  It turned out that his inner eye muscles had not developed enough strength to hold his focus on print.  So, in order to read, he was having to move his eyes rapidly and continually back and forth, back and forth.  Try doing that for awhile and you'll feel super-stressed and unable to settle your mind on anything.  The good news was that we now understood what was going on for him.  The solution was 6 months of weekly eye specialist appointments and daily exercises at home.  Afterward, he was a confident and learning able kid.  I'm sharing this with my recommendation to watch him really closely to see if there are subtle signs of some kind of processing – visual, auditory, sensory – issue.  If so, get him to a specialist.  And in the meantime, using our adventure skills flash cards can help him with tools he can use to integrate body and brain, prepare for learning, and manage stress. move-with-me.com. 

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