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Posts Tagged ‘ gifted ’

Homeschooling Twice Exceptional / 2e

Gifted Children With Learning Disabilities

Twice-exceptional homeschooling? Get tips, advice, and networks to support your family when homeschooling gifted students with learning disabilities.
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To Test or Not to Test—Gifted Children?

How To Test If Your Child Is Gifted

Do you think your homeschooler might be gifted? Let’s discuss how and why to test if your child is gifted and get resources to help.
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Gifted Homeschool Resources

Homeschooling Gifted Curriculum

Gifted children like to be challenged, and you may find keeping them challenged a challenge in itself! Get help teaching your gifted homeschooler here.
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Homeschooling Gifted Children

How To Homeschool A Gifted Child

So you have decided to homeschool your gifted child. You have taken on a rewarding challenge. Get resources on how to homeschool a gifted child here!
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Writing Your Own Script, by Corin Goodwin

Writing Your Own Script, by Corin Goodwin

Does your gifted or 2e child have enough friends? What qualifies as “enough”? Whom should they be friends with and how can they keep those friends? Parents of gifted and 2e kids are often faced with these concerns. We want our children to have fulfilling social lives, as well as intellectual ones, but when...
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The Unschooling Handbook, by Mary Griffith

The Unschooling Handbook, by Mary Griffith

Unschooling, a homeschooling method based on the belief that kids learn best when allowed to pursue their natural curiosities and interests, is practiced by 10 to 15 percent of the estimated 1.5 million homeschoolers in the United States.
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