Children’s difficulty in recognizing and remembering characters is a headache for many parents. This not only affects children’s reading ability and language performance, but also can lead to a blow to their self-confidence. So, when this happens to children, what should parents do? Let’s explore it now.
First of all, it is necessary to understand the causes of children’s difficulty in reading and poor memory. The development of children’s reading and memory abilities needs to gradually mature with age. If a child has not been exposed to reading for a long time, or has not systematically and systematically trained, it may lead to poor reading and memory abilities.
Secondly, the following measures can be taken to help children overcome this problem.
- Carry out reading training according to the system plan. Parents can develop some practice plans for elementary school students to recognize characters, choose content suitable for their children’s age range, and teach them to recognize, understand, and recite. Spending some time each day reading can increase the amount and difficulty of reading and continuously improve children’s reading ability.
- Cultivate children’s interest in reading. Reading is a fun and knowledge acquisition for children. If children are interested in reading, their efficiency in memorizing and recognizing words will also be greatly improved. Parents can choose content suitable for their child’s reading based on their interests, such as stories, popular science knowledge, and animal encyclopedias, to gradually cultivate their child’s reading interest.
Give children enough time and space to read. In the process of children’s growth, it is necessary for parents to allocate sufficient time and space to their children, so that they have sufficient time to recognize and remember words. At the same time, it is important to avoid excessive tension and pressure. Moderate reading can enhance a child’s interest in reading.
Cultivate some good memory habits. Children should learn to adopt good memory habits, such as memorizing phrases, songs, sentences, stories, etc., which can effectively improve memory efficiency.
- Repeat more to consolidate memory. If a child wants to memorize a word, sound, or sentence, it may require multiple repetitions to consolidate. If parents find that the child has not memorized and recognized the word as soon as possible, they can choose to repeat it several times to help the child consolidate.
In summary, parents need to provide suitable reading conditions and methods for their children, help them establish good reading and memory habits, and enhance their children’s ability and confidence to alleviate problems with word recognition and memory. Similarly, in this process, parents should also do a good job of guiding and encouraging their children, so as to have a better development in their children’s reading and memory.