Today, Tiffany asks about asynchronous development in gifted kiddos, how to help manage intensity, and tips for motivating gifted kids. It’s a jam-packed half hour and there are loads of resources to sift through in the show notes. You’re going to need time to digest this one, so grab a cold drink or cup of coffee and settle in for this Q&A.
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Links and Resources from Today’s Show:
- Asynchronous Development in Gifted Children
- Homeschooling Gifted Children | Managing Asynchronous Abilities
- Meeting the Asynchronous Needs of Your Gifted Child
- Episode 17: Building on Your Child’s Strengths
- Differently Wired Workshop Bundle
- All About Spelling Level Two
- Math Mammoth 4A
- Math Mammoth 4B
- Math Mammoth 5
- Teaching Textbooks 4
- Teaching Textbooks 5
- Singapore Math 4a-b
- Singapore Math 5a-b
- Challenge Math
- Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series
- Living with Intensity
- Emotional Intensity in Gifted Students
- The Family and the Intense Child
- What is an Intense Child?
- Managing Your Child’s Intensity During the Holidays
- Help Your Intense Child Regulate Their Emotions Easily
- Living With Intensity Workshop Bundle
- Socialization and Your Gifted or Intense Child
- Discipline and Your Intense Child
- Managing Intense Kids
- Spot It
- Koosh Ball
- Finger Puppets
- The Teenage Liberation Handbook
- Free to Learn
- The Self-Driven Child
- The Self-Driven Child Book Club
- Motivating Gifted Underachievers
- Smart and Motivated eCourse
- Tips for Motivating Gifted Kids
- Learning Strategies for Reluctant Gifted Kiddos
- Giftedness 101 Workshop Bundle
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