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  • How Can I Support My Gifted Child?

    • Collect resources on your child's topics of interest, such as books, videos, and websites. 
    • Make time to talk to your child every day and encourage her to active questioning.
    • Find peers or groups who share similar interests. 
    • It can be easy to forget your child is just a child because he may be able to have adult conversations about advanced topics.
    • Allow your child the freedoms or responsibilities appropriate for his individual emotional or social development. 
    • Gifted children are often highly observant and sensitive to social issues and fairness. Model the behavior and respect of others you expect of your child. 
    • Find opportunities for him to participate in acts of service that can make a difference. 
    • Provide challenges outside of school. 
    • Enrichments are incredibly beneficial whether it supplements school content or explores interests or passions. This could be in any area, whether that be through music, sports, or academic camps. 
    • Encourage your child to take risks.
    • Celebrate mistakes as learning opportunities. When you make mistakes, model positive ways to problem-solve and grow.