Why is your friend’s child able to focus on worksheets and craft projects, while your kid is always so easily distracted? Generally, a three-year-old child has a shorter attention span than that of a five-year-old, explains Jaslin Neo, principal of Hundred Thoughts Preschool.
But the opposite can happen too. It is also important to know that a child’s attention span also depends on his environment, the activities he does, and whom he spends time with. Here, Jaslin shares ways to help your kid increase his attention span: