Preschool Concentration Games

Instructor: Tara Schofield

Tara has a PhD in Marketing & Management

Helping children learn to concentrate can be a rewarding experience. A great way to enhance concentration and focus is by playing games and creating activities for preschool aged children. The five options in this lesson will help kids' concentration grow.

Creating a Fun Learning Environment

Preschool aged children are developing many mental skills, including concentration and memory. During this stage of growth, kids are learning to making associations and focus on activities. This provides the perfect opportunity to play many different games that enhance their concentration and focusing skills. Use the games in this lesson to enhance your child or student's learning with fun activities.

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