We really want to encourage critical and creative thinking in our kids — especially with so many things going on in the world that require us to think clearly and make informed decisions. Ginny Kochis has some great tips for developing these skills without adding something new to our already full homeschool parenting plates. Check it out, and let me know how YOU teach critical thinking in your home and homeschool. You can leave a comment below or send a voice message.
Links and Resources from the Show:
- Ginny’s website: Not So Formulaic
- Should I Test My Child for Giftedness?
- Should I Test My Gifted Child?
- Why Should You Homeschool Your Gifted Child?
- Nurturing a Love of Theater in Young Children
- Sound of Music
- The Music Man
- Taming of the Shrew
- A Midsummer Night’s Dream
- Let’s Talk About Emotional Overexcitability
- Living with Intensity | A Learn-at-Home Workshop
- Help Your Intense Child Regulate Emotions Easily
- What is Emotional Intelligence?
- Morning Time Plans
- Snap Circuits
- The Penderwicks
- Brave Writer
- Columbus by Edgar Parin D’Aulaire
- To Hear His Voice
- Until I Rest in You
- The Grace of Enough
- Not of This World
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