- Strengthen input and draw out the output.
- Ensure that both sides of the brain are connected well.
The emphasis is on making the activities fun and to make it a part of your child’s routine, e.g. before meals, before naps.
- Deep breathing and normal breathing – 3 times (1 minute)
- Relaxation exercise – energy balls (1 minute)
- Praise your child’s good points
- Senses play (30 seconds)
- Image play (1 minute)
- Memory play (1 minute)
- Speed play: flash cards (2 minutes)
- Speed play: dots program (30 seconds)
- Eye training (1 minute)
- Music Play (10-30 seconds)
- Activity sheets (2 minutes)
- Reading or writing practice (1 minute)
These activities can be completed within 15 minutes. You can vary the choice of activities across the day but always begin with the preparation activities. Ideally, try to get your child to enjoy most of the activities in this list but do not force. Cater to your child’s needs first.
If your child has special needs, try to do more practice.