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Persistent distractions and vague memories of what was said in class are becoming more common.
This can result in having a hard time undersanding the study material or having the time needed for solving an excersise drastically increase.
With slower progress there is an increased chance for the child to fall behind compared to their peers.
Repeated experiences of failure can cause a child to feel demotivated and indifferent.
That's why it is really important to support the formation and progression of abilities that are necessary for children in order to prevail in school.