Web Resources for Parents of Gifted

Did you know that being a parent of gifted learners is not easy?

In fact, sometimes it’s incredibly hard. I used to think something was wrong with me because I just couldn’t understand why my child acted so differently from other children his age. I mean, I knew he was smart.

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But, it seemed so strange for a 3 year old to write in perfect cursive without being taught to do so. And, what 6 y.o. reads encyclopedias for entertainment? Those things… are just… well, weirdly, yet excitedly, different. Right?

And, the emotional differences were far different, and I simply didn’t understand it. 

I used to feel so very alone. I used to worry that I couldn’t handle, manage, or homeschool my uniquely different little boy. I used to…

Then I discovered that I’m not alone. I discovered that those differences I was seeing were relatively normal among the gifted individuals. 

If you are feeling as if you are alone, wondering what might be wrong with your own child because he’s so different, or she’s so smart but not very adept at social interactions, this post is for you. You see, I learned those things I discovered about gifted children from the following resources, and I found a vast wealth of blogs belonging to parents and individuals who were experiencing the same things that I and my son had experienced. 

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Gifted Websites to Follow

Davidson Institute

Davidson Institute’s mission is to recognize, nurture and support profoundly intelligent young people and to provide opportunities for them to develop their talents to make a positive difference. They support to profoundly gifted young people through a variety of programs and services.

Davidson Academy

The Davidson Academy is now offers two options for profoundly gifted students. The first is their physical school located in Reno, Nevada. And, the second is their a new online high school. For both, applicants must be in the process of completing 6th grade, at minimum, at the time of application.

Gifted Homeschoolers Forum

Offers support in a variety of ways for gifted and 2e individuals, families, and the professionals who work with them in the United States and around the world, through education, advocacy, community, and outreach.

Hoagies’ Gifted Education

Hoagies has long been the online go-to resource for gifted education parents, individuals, and educators. Their vast online library give information, resources and tips & tricks for those working with gifted children of all ages.

National Association of Gifted Children

NAGC supports and engages in research and development, staff development, advocacy, communication, and collaboration with other organizations and agencies who strive to improve the quality of education for all student.

You CAN Homeschool Gifted Through High School

This Facebook group was started by myself and a friend, Heather from Blog, She Wrote. Our hope is to encourage you, and offer support and tips as you homeschool your gifted kids through the high school years.

Raising Poppies

Raising Poppies is a Facebook group dedicated to parents of gifted and 2e children. The brain child of Colleen & Cait, this dynamic group is active daily encouraging, sharing, and offering tips and advice to help families thrive with their poppies (gifted children).


SENG, Supporting Emotional Needs of Gifted,  offers support and guidance to the gifted community, through education, research, and connection. With the right intellectual and emotional support, gifted people can accept themselves and fulfill the potential of their incredible capabilities.

The TAG Project: Families of Talented and Gifted

Creating a global community online where individuals and families can network, and be treated with dignity and respect. To build and strengthen relationships between individuals, families, and organizations for the benefit of intellectually gifted children and adults.

Books for Parenting Gifted Children



Gifted Blogs to Follow

  1. A Meaningful Mess
  2. Adventures in Our Life
  3. An Intense Life
  4. Atlas Educational
  5. Black and Married with Kids
  6. Black Homeschool Mom
  7. Blog, She Wrote
  8. Bright Kids at Home
  9. Byrdseed
  10. Castle for Keeps
  11. Chasing Hollyfeld
  12. Crushing Tall Poppies
  13. Defying Gravity
  14. Eclectic Homeschooling
  15. Empowering Parents To Teach
  16. Everyday Graces
  17. Everyday Learning
  18. Gas Station Without Pumps
  19. Gifted Challenges
  20. Gifted Exchange Blog
  21. Gifted Ireland
  22. Gifted Parenting Support
  23. Gifted Phoenix
  24. Gifted Resources Blog
  25. Gifted Unschooling
  26. Gluten-Free Mum
  27. Great Peace Academy
  28. Guiding Exceptional Parents
  29. High Ability
  30. Hoagies’ Nibbles and Bits
  31. Homegrown Minds
  32. Homeschooling, Or Who’s Ever Even Home
  33. Houseful of Chaos
  34. How to Work and Homeschool
  35. Incredible Journey of Giftedness
  36. Interest-Led Learning
  37. It’s an adventure, not a crisis!
  38. Jade Ann Rivera
  39. Kate Arms-Roberts
  40. Laughing at Chaos
  41. Lemon Lime Adventures
  42. Life Among the Gifted
  43. Life with Intensity
  44. Little Stars Learning
  45. Living Peacefully with Children
  46. Living the Life Fantastic
  47. Loving, Learning, Living, and Parenting with Light and Happiness
  48. Modern Homeschooling
  49. Mommy Maestra
  50. Muslim Homeschool 
  51. My Big Fat Cuban Family
  52. My Little Poppies
  53. Natural Beach Living
  54. Our Journey Westward
  55. Planet Smarty Pants
  56. Raising a Self-Reliant Child
  57. Raising Lifelong Learners
  58. Ramblings of a Gifted Teacher
  59. Red, White and Grew
  60. Sallie Borink Learning
  61. San Antonio Charter Moms
  62. Sceleratus Classical Academy
  63. Special Needs Homeschooling
  64. STEAM Powered Classroom
  65. Supporting Gifted Learners
  66. The Cardinal House
  67. The Deep End
  68. The Homeschool Sisters Podcast
  69. The Learning Lab
  70. The Maker Mom
  71. The Queen of Hats
  72. The Urthmama
  73. Through a Stronger Lens
  74. Unschool Rules
  75. Up Parenting Creek
  76. Vennspired
  77. We Are All Mad Here: Homeschooling Hatters
  78. We Are Gifted 2.
  79. Wenda Sheard, J.D. Ph.D. Thoughts on Life and Learning
  80. Your Rainforest Mind2e Child

Readers Favorite Gifted Posts at Great Peace Academy

Places to Order Educational Resources for Gifted

Mindware – MindWare is a creator, manufacturer, and distributor of Brainy Toys for people of all ages.

Pitsco Education – Hands-on STEM Learning

Prufrock Press – Publishers of materials specific to gifted and 2e students.

What about you? Do you have a favorite website or resource that I’ve missed? I’d love for you to share with me in the comments below. 




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