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Play on Words: discover the poet in your gifted/2e child

Bang. Thud. Thump. Crack. Ono. Mato. Poeia.

Head. Hit. Wall. Hard. One-ah. Two-ah. three-ah.

Ah, the sounds of cranium meeting the gentle-energy, yellow wall after a mere fifteen minutes (who am I kidding? 2,218 more words

Gifted Children and the School System

I understand that the school system is different for everyone. I live in Southwest Florida. I have a 4 year old daughter who was born in October, and our cutoff date is September 22nd. 233 more words

Parenting

Little Suzy Cream-cheese Makes a Plan

Someone to Talk To – Pt 2

When I threw my name in the hat for helping with a support group, I wasn’t thinking much. I was thinking that I wanted to help. 649 more words

Parenting

Why Your Gifted Child Isn’t Living Up to Expectations (And What You Can Do About It)

By Jim Delisle, Ph.D.

Of all the issues confronting gifted kids, their parents, and their teachers, one of the most contentious can be whittled down to one word: expectations. 995 more words

FSP Author

Gifted, Bullied, Resilient -- New Book by Pamela Price

Were you ever bullied as a youngster? By other kids? By teachers? By family members? Have your children been bullied?

Rainforest-minded folks may experience bullying for any of the following reasons: 323 more words

Raisin' Brains

Paperback: 222 pages
Publisher: Great Potential Press (October 15, 2002)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0910707545
ISBN-13: 978-0910707541
Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches 385 more words

Gifted Children

Play on Words

Dreamer. Head in the clouds. Eyes out the window. Grass is greener. Oh my. Flee fly. Scallywag.   Monkey tree. Oops, I got a little carried away. 1,055 more words