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Memory is an essential part of building a solid foundation in a child’s life. Think about it. Each and every test your child will ever take relies on his/her memory. Even in day-to-day life, you’re required to remember things accurately and clearly, and being absent-minded or careless can be a great inconvenience.
But sharp memory skills aren’t something that people are born with. The more memorization skills are used, the more they improve.
The backwards build up memorization technique can help your child memorize better. It is perfect for children who struggle with learning long sentences. They usually repeat the first two parts correctly but stumble on the third. This technique should help with that.
To implement the backward buildup method, begin by reading the first sentence out loud (E.g. Sharp memory skills are a must-have to succeed.)
Use a natural stress and intonation pattern for the sentence.
Start at the end. Recite the last word of the sentence and repeat until memorized (E.g. Succeed)
Follow it up by adding the second last word of the sentence and reciting it until learned. (E.g. To succeed)
Recite the third last word of the sentence, followed by the last two. (E.g. must-have to succeed)
Continue in this manner until your child has reached the beginning of the sentence and has learned it entirely.
Help your child practice the backward build up technique and very soon, you’ll see them memorizing long speeches and even dialogues for play without any trouble at all. For more such tips on bringing children up the right away, speak to one of our doctors. Dial 0129-4040404 or click on ‘Speak to a Doctor’ from the Jiva Health App.
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