For your child to achieve among all this commotion you need to help him or her focus in school. Setting goals, prioritizing tasks that assist them in achieving the goals and creating deadlines for accomplishing them are part of the process that will help your child focus in school. In this article we will concentrate on how to set goals.
— Start the process with helping your child determine what they want to do when they grow up. What excites them? What is their passion? Do they like writing? Do they have a passion to help people? Are they good with numbers? Do they love animals? Just let them dream about what they like to do. Tell them to just let their imagination soar. Believe it or not, this dreaming puts your child on the path to focus in school and help them create excellent study skills.
— Help your child set long-term goals. Help them to channel those dreams on achievements in school. For example, a middle school student can dream about being in college studying a particular curriculum. Help them determine what they want to study and what school he or she will want to attend. These goals will give your child specifics that they can concentrate on over time so they can focus in school. Moreover, focusing on specific things can also encourage them to create and improve upon their study skills.