5 ways kids can perform well on mental & academic tests

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Mental Health Ability and Tests

 

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5 ways kids can perform well on mental and academic tests

 

Sound mental and physical health is a panacea for achieving developmental milestones in children through their childhood stages. It helps children with their academic (cognitive) performance, emotional wellbeing, and social skills.

Children perform well and better on mental and academic tests through these healthy habits

  1. Reduction in screen time
  2. Healthy eating and eating rightly
  3. Getting enough sleep and sleeping well
  4. Staying physically active
  5. Developing good and healthy habits and attitude

 

If you want to maximize your child’s brainpower and enhance their mental ability, help them develop good habits, suggests a new study.

This includes encouraging them to reduce their recreational screen time to no more than two hours a day, get enough sleep, and stay physically active.

 

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