Final exams for the current academic year are here again. And while children all over the country prepare to face every question paper with a vengeance, as parents we need to identify different ways to help them surpass their exam stress and fear.

In today’s highly competitive world, every child is mature enough to understand the grave importance of above average grades. However, the sheer pressure of achieving these objectives can affect any child leading to severe exam stress and mental weakness.

The most common mistake we make as parents is take away any interesting activity or hobby during or right before exam preparations begin. However, when we do that, our children suffer.

When you drive a person to do something over and over again, be it studying or a particular task, it will affect them negatively to a great degree. It is important to let your child flourish during exams by giving him the chance to carry on doing what he is already using to doing on a daily basis.

In this article, let’s learn how some TV a day can keep the stress of exams away for our children:

Relaxes and Refreshes Their Mind

Just like we as parents need a break from the usual, our children do so too especially during stressful times. Just because they have exams around the corner, it doesn’t mean they should keep themselves locked up in a room. If they watch some TV, even an hour of TV a day during their exams or before them, it will help ease their tensions and mind. A calm mind can perform better after all. This is one of the best ways to help them cope with exam stress as a result.

Increases Concentration Levels

If you keep a child behind a text book continuously for hours on end, it will affect their ability to concentrate and grasp what they are reading. It is important to let them take out time for other things. If you are completely against them watching TV, then encourage them to do something else so that they can concentrate better after a break. However, TV can help them in several ways for the purpose, even if they watch it for as little as 30 minutes between each study session.

Gives Them Something to Look Forward To

Every child needs to have something exciting to look forward to. If you set up little targets when they study and reward them by giving them an hour of TV or two a day, it will encourage them to try harder and study with more focus. You can regulate the rules by keeping study limits and targets. For instance, if they complete a chapter within 30 minutes, then can take a TV break for about 20 minutes. When children have something to look forward to, they will automatically work harder with eagerness.