by Stacey Schmick Shoecraft M. Ed
Sounds like the problem every School faces and of course parents also do, but nudging provides a brilliant solution to this complex problem. If you bring about a sense of healthy competition and attach a sense of achievement while studying, children will work harder and pay more attention.
At Home: Another use of this technique can be putting it up above your child’s dustbin in his room, and every time he wants to throw something – instead of chucking it down, he will wrap it up in a ball and aim for the basket!
At School:For instance, this hoop at the end of the class, where if a child answers correctly – he can aim for it!
The entire class would want to try their hand at playing, and will try to answer questions by listening better!
Trust this fix to create a healthy competitive environment for your child, stimulating him to want to win and achieve it all!