Resource Page: Managing Intense Kids

I enjoy speaking to parents, teachers, and homeschoolers about gifted children, intense kids, and creative hands-on learning. This resource page was created to supplement my talk about managing intense children. Feel free to use the resources {with credit}. If I can ever help you with anything else, please feel free to contact me.

Managing Intense Kids Resource Page

Printables

 The Five RsCalming Activities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Books

The books below are wonderful, and ones I keep on my shelf AND in my Kindle so I can always refer to them. I’ve included books specifically about gifted kids, those with ADHD/ADD, and resources for kids with sensory issues as well. These issues are often present in intense kids, and so I thought they’d be helpful to you, too.

 

     

     

 

Web Links

Tips for Parents of Intense Kids from SENG {Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted}

Gifted Children:Emotionally Immature or Emotionally Intense? from the Davidson Institute

Managing Your Kids Intensity During the Holidays from Raising Lifelong Learners

Managing the Strong-Willed Child from the University of Alabama’s Parenting Assistance Line

12 Features of a High Need Baby from Ask Dr. Sears

Challenging Temperament? from The Happiest Baby on the Block

Parenting Questions for Dr. Mary and Lynn – the blog of the author of Raising Your Spirited Child

 

Keep the Conversation Going

Whether your kids are gifted, twice-exceptional, or “just” intense, I’m right there living it with you. My background as a gifted specialist, coupled with the practical day-to-day experience of living it out with my intense gifted kids puts me in the perfect place to meet and support you.

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