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6 Teaching Tips for Kids with Mild Intellectual Disabilities

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3. Increase His Attention Span

Kids with mild intellectual difficulties may have trouble attending to a task, knowing which parts of the task to focus on, and maintaining attention for long periods of time.

You can help your child by removing distractions and prompting him to important parts of the tasks. As your child's attention span grows over time, you can increase the task's difficulty.