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The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled.
- Plutarch

Tools for Parents

Gifted children

Books and websites that address how to help gifted children.

Bright Kids at Home
A site created by a homeschooling parent.
from the site
We are eclectic homeshoolers who have a decade of experience. We are homeschooling for academic reasons and while other places on the Internet may say they have information about homeschooling a gifted student, I share what we are actually doing at home for my highly gifted student.

WEB LINK: http://www.brightkidsathome.com/

Center for Talented Youth
John Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth provides an extensive list of opportunities for gifted and talented students.

WEB LINK: HTTP://www.jhu.edu/gifted/imagine/linkB.htm

Creative Home Schooling: A Resource Guide for Smart Families
By Lisa Rivero

A solid, accessible, "user friendly" guide packed with advice, information, ideas, and insights on homeschooling especially gifted children.

WEB LINK: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0910707480?ie=UTF8&tag=classkidshome-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=09107

By CT Homeschool Network

Here is a list of support & resource information unique to the needs of gifted children and their parent educators.

DOWNLOAD FILE: SB162 Senate support.pdf

WEB LINK: http://cthomeschoolnetwork.org/home-schooling/gifted/

Gifted Development Center
A site with information about assessments, testing, camps and more for the gifted child and family.

WEB LINK: http://www.gifteddevelopment.com/index.htm

Gifted Education
By Bella Online

An on-line resources that has book recommendations, articles on gifted kids from toddlers through high school, articles on social and emotional needs of the gifted, a message board, and more.

WEB LINK: http://giftededucation.bellaonline.com/Site.asp

Homeschooling Curriculum for the Gifted Child
By Duke University Gifted Letter

This article is one of many published by the Duke University Talent Identification Program. The Gifted Letter covers many subjects relating to educating gifted children from the early years through college.

WEB LINK: http://www.dukegiftedletter.com/articles/vol7no1_sh.html


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NOTE: Descriptions of programs and resources have been submitted for your information. They are passed on to you as a service. No endorsement by Classical Kids or its administrators should be inferred.