Giftedness can be a blessing or a struggle. The stimulation of the senses is different in a gifted child. They experience life, impulses and emotions differently. But there are ways to play into those talents and provoke curiosity and fascination in preschoolers and older children. This book covers some of those suggestions.
Sometimes, parents think high grades is a good thing, and it can be. But did you know that this is not always the case? Did you know that some gifted children actually underachieve for various reasons? And then comes the big question: Should you tell a child that he or she is gifted? What are the pros and cons of doing so?
Don’t remain in the dark. The achievements of gifted students are the consequences of their psyche, but it’s a vulnerable process to stimulate that intelligence in the right way. To do so, this book can help you along the way.
Do yourself a favor and learn more about these things now.