Primary School Years (4 To 8 Years)

Does your young child complain of drowsiness while doing his/her homework?

Is your child’s attention constantly diverted during studies?

Does your child forget what she/he learnt just the previous day?

These can be warning signs of poor concentration and memory in your child which can be easily managed with the correct approach.

A simple and scientific method to develop your child’s interest in studies is by utilizing the knowledge of Saral Education to positively impacting their mind and memory.

Following are some additional time tested guidelines for you:

  • i. Develop a positive attitude in them towards studies by finding their specific interest areas.
  • ii. Also, keep distraction items such as games or comic books away during their 'study time'
  • iii. Feed them with a balanced diet and
  • iv. As a family, fix & follow a proper routine for play time, study time & daily activities to further improve their concentration.

Do you have to daily convince your young child to study?

Does your child come up with a new excuse every once in a while to escape his/her school?

We understand the helplessness faced by a parent when their child refuses to study!

A myriad of reasons might make them disinterested in studies like:

  • i. Bullying by peers
  • ii. A violent teacher
  • iii. Tough syllabus or
  • iv. Learning difficulties

In 2014-15, The Ministry of Human Resource Development reported 4.34 percent of student drop-outs from primary school in India. The problem of poverty, lack of proper facilities and other family issues are some of the other major causes behind this.

At this age, when your child’s brain is still developing, instilling in them a love for learning & studies can have a long-lasting positive impact on them.

Spend dedicated time with your child to figure out the specific reason or reasons affecting them. Initially, they may not be able to explain themselves clearly. As a Parent, you will have to read the signals and decipher the hidden messages.

The energy prevailing in your home has a major impact on your child’s education.

With an understanding of Saral Education, you can connect your children to the Universal energy that will positively support your child’s education.

Is your young kid showing signs of angst, aggression or disobedience?

Is your child being extremely introvert or disrespecting everyone around them?

If your kid is showing any such awkward behavior too frequently, it may be a cause for concern.

Understanding the root cause is important for managing these tendencies at the right age before things go out of hand.

We understand that the immediate response of any parent in such a situation would be to punish or yell at their child. But this can further make the child retaliate and be a rebel.

Some of the subtle ways to deal with such a situation are:

  • i. By clearly explaining that you are questioning her/his behavior and they do not have to take it as a personal attack.
  • ii. Understanding and application of Saral Education is an effective way to prevent inappropriate behavior in your school kid.

Increasing number of Parents are handing over mobile phones or switching on the Television to divert their young child’s attention and manage their tantrums.

However, being glued to the TV or cell phone for long hours can have a bad influence on your child and affect their mental, physical and emotional well-being.

With the knowledge of Saral Education, you can:

  • a. Create an ambiance in your home that contributes to your child’s overall development.
  • b. Drive away negative aspects of your residence and foster positive energy in the occupants.
  • c. Inculcate strong discipline and self-control in them.

If left unattended, the tendency to overindulge in gadgets can lead to:

  • i. Vision problems and reduced physical activity in your child.
  • ii. Slower brain development, making them lazy and discouraging them from participating in outdoor activities.

Setting strict rules on which programs to watch and planning media-free time with your child is helpful.