Why Homeschooling Your Gifted Child Can be the Right Choice

Why Homeschooling a Gifted Child Can be the Right Choice | Renée at Great Peace #homeschool #gifted #giftedchildren #gtchat #ihsnet

Gifted children possess several cognitive differences from many other kids in their age groups. From mastering and learning new concepts at a faster rate to an insatiable desire to dissect and delve deeper into subjects, your gifted child may find a traditional classroom environment to be a tiresome one at best. This may mean that homeschooling your gifted child can be the right choice.   […] Read More

How to Foster Creativity in Gifted Children

How to Foster Creativity in Gifted Children | Renée at Great Peace #gifted #homeschool #ihsnet

Creativity can be a natural for many gifted children. Some seem to be born with an innate ability to draw, paint, build, or express ideas in a creative way. That said, creativity is also a skill than can be developed. In fact, creativity is a skill that parents can foster within their gifted children. The key is finding what your child is interested in, and […] Read More

LEGO Therapy for Developing Social Skills

LEGO Therapy for the Development of Social Skills in Gifted Children | Renée at Great Peace #gifted #gtchat #homeschool #ihsnet

Help Build Social Skills with LEGO® Therapy for Gifted & Other Special Needs Children Let’s face it many gifted kids and teens struggle to communicate with neurotypical people. It doesn’t matter if they are talking to older, younger or same aged children. The struggle is real. LEGO Therapy is a method developed for kids with autism but the principles of this type of therapy could be used […] Read More

Gifted Education in America

Gifted Education in America Learning UP, Dumbing Down | Renée at Great Peace #homeschool #gifted #gtchat

Have you ever wondered about gifted education in America? Do you wonder if gifted children are being given the right kind of opportunities? Are they being led toward careers that can change the world?   “Why are you trying to push him ahead? Just let him be a kid.” This is a phrase I’ve heard on several occasions. Perhaps well-meaning, they miss the reality of […] Read More

100+ Homeschooling Gifted Resources

100+ Homeschooling Gifted Resources | Renée at Great Peace #homeschool #gifted #gtchat #ihsnet

Challenging the Gifted Mind   Homeschooling is daunting for anyone. Factor in the child who has an intense need for more mental challenge and any homeschool mom would find herself feeling overwhelmed. Because these children learn, understand and assimilate information at a faster rate, they become bored quicker and lose interest thinking they have mastered a given problem or puzzle. This post contains affiliate ad […] Read More

Social Instruction for the Gifted Child

Social Instruction for the Gifted Child | Renée at Great Peace #gtchat #gifted #ihsnet #homeschool

Children need instruction. They need to be taught how to interact in social situations. This is especially true of children who have a tendency to be intense. Emotional, physical and social intensity coupled with over-excitability are often seen in the gifted child. Which is why they have such a deep need for social instruction.   This post contains affiliate ad links. It seems that children who […] Read More

Embracing Gifted Intensity

Learn how to embrace Emotional Intensity in your Gifted Child | @ReneeGreatPeace #ihsnet #gifted #gtchat #giftedandtalented #homeschooling #homeschool

If you are the parent of a gifted child and haven’t learned about gifted intensity you most likely have experienced it. Emotions are a part of every human life. Emotional Intensity is as natural for a gifted individual as breathing. Children who have minds that process neurological functions at a faster rate also process emotions at a faster rate. Parenting Children with Gifted Intensity  As parents […] Read More

Gifted Homeschooling and the Need for More

Gifted Homeschooling and the Need for More | Renée at Great Peace #homeschool #gifted #gtchat #ihsnet

One thing that is obvious from even the earliest of ages is that a child who has a gifted mind has an intense need for more. By more, I mean more of everything. A gifted child needs more opportunity, more information, more understanding, more encouragement. They have more emotions, more intensity, more cognition. They exhibit more knowledge,more understanding, more intensity, more anxiety, more excitement, more […] Read More