7 In-Class Activities to Improve Concentration in Children
1. Building Activities
2. Memory Games
3. Puzzle Games
- The Snake Cube: The snake cube looks like a Rubik’s cube in its completed form. But, the object is to stretch it out into a snake pattern and try to put it together again. This single-material classroom activity is great for kids who prefer to work individually as well as kinesthetic learners those who prefer doing things by hand love the serpent cube solution. You will find that kinesthetic learners may not be the top academic achievers in your class or those who exhibit the greater number of behavioral incidents, but give them something material to do and that makes them feel a sense of accomplishment and watch them stay focused on in class activities more with a heighten sense of “I can do it”.
- Rubik Cube: Like the wooden snake cube puzzle, the Rubik’s cube for kids is a concentration activity that has been around for years. Puzzle You can find Rubik cubes in various sizes, the squares become larger as the level of ease increases making it easy to find one for your class. These are relatively inexpensive items and you can easily fill a medium-sized tube with a variety of the cube puzzles for different ability levels, like including a couple of regular Rubik’s cubes for gifted kids.