If you want your children to pass the exams with good marks, it is important that they get used to regular exercise.
It is true that exercise strengthens the brain, improves memory, and improves reasoning. In children, its benefits come in the form of improvement in mathematics, language learning and other sciences.
Scientists at the University of Geneva surveyed about 200 children in two groups. The aim was to understand the relationship between physical activity and academic ability. The survey found that exercise, sports and physical exercise can improve a child’s mental capacity.
In this regard, 193 children between the ages of 8 and 12 passed the shuttle running test in Geneva province. The children had to run 20 meters from one line to another and return to the same place a little faster. Experts have described this test as a method of cardiovascular examination.
Experts examined brain functions in three ways. The first is to avoid unnecessary actions and thoughts. The second area is mental flexibility in which we demonstrate mental flexibility and learning new things by doing multiple tasks at a time. The third capacity is working memory. In this we take advantage of it by keeping something in memory.
Exercising children were trained to climb stairs and learn the alphabet and numbers, that is, one A, two B. Thus the letters and numbers were asked to be memorized and repeated in a sequence.
In addition, children who underwent physical exertion did better in this test. Second, they performed better in learning math and French than children who did not exercise, with a clear difference.
Scientists say that for the mental development of children, it is essential that they get regular exercise and hard work.