understand the lesson

@indahfth (11173)
Indonesia
October 13, 2012 2:44am CST
I find it very hard, making my son to understand the lesson. I have explained many times, to my son. But, my son was always in trouble. Meanwhile, there are many lessons that must be learned by my son. I've tried several ways, so that my son could learn the lesson quickly. But, always, I find it difficult. Can anyone advise me?
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@urbandekay (18312)
13 Oct 12
Teach through stimulating and rewarding interest, even if at first it is not in the direction you wish all the best, urban
@indahfth (11173)
• Indonesia
13 Oct 12
I've done it all. But, all is not getting results.
@urbandekay (18312)
13 Oct 12
I think you must say what the lesson is before anyone can help you further all the best, urban
@sjvenden27 (1850)
• United States
13 Oct 12
First off each child learns a little different then the next.. So it might be the words you are using.. Or your child is more of a hands on learner.. I am not sure what you are trying to teach your son.. but trying making the lesson into something he can feel or see.. Second of all being in a hurry for your child to learn something puts extra pressure on your child to learn the new idea and to get it right.. The calmer you can be while you are trying to teach your child the more the idea will sink in.. Doesnt always work that way; sometimes repeating and more repeating and more repeating and time is the only way your son may learn that new idea... Extremely frustrating!! I totally understand; I have two boys 2 & 6..
@indahfth (11173)
• Indonesia
13 Oct 12
I am trying to create a lesson, to be interesting for my son. But, I do not know what way to make lessons interesting. I am trying to create an atmosphere of fun while learning. But, I do not know, how to create an atmosphere of learning, be fun.
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• United States
13 Oct 12
With young children sound and colors attract their attention... I am just wondering what it is that you are trying to teach your son?? I can be very creative when it comes to teaching my boys different things, without having it cost anything... I just end up looking a bit weird sometimes.. Depending on the lesson; I will get on the floor and get goofy and silly which seems to help sometimes.. Its like any other thing that I have been faced with, the first time it usually doesnt work or doesnt turn out the way I wanted it to.. So when it arises again.. I change this or that, and keep tweeking untill I find the right combonation for the situation...
@celticeagle (118231)
• Boise, Idaho
13 Oct 12
Not knowing what the specific lesson is I don't know exactly what to say but repetition comes to mind. Repeating the lesson over and over seemed to always help my daughter who has a learning disability. Walk him through it step by step. I wish you luck in this indeavor.
@indahfth (11173)
• Indonesia
13 Oct 12
I always try to encourage my son to repeat the lesson. But, increasingly in repeatedly, my son became bored.