We have all zoned out or drifted off from a task at some point. But sometimes, some kids need a few more tools and a little practice in order to stay on task.
Taking short breaks, frequently, can quickly help to reset a child's focus and energy. This also helps stregthen attention skills, as deliberately shifting focus back and forth from task to break can be like exercising a muscle.
Allowing your child to have "zone-out" time for 15-30 minutes daily, and at the same time each day, can allow creativity and relaxation to flow without feeling like paying attention is a constant battle. Daydreaming is not a bad thing. It is quite important to encourage it, just make sure your kids know when it's time for daydreaming and when it's time to focus.
Intu It uses many fun and unique techniques for helping kids strengthen concentration skills, build awareness, and mindfully come back to the present. :)