Gifted and Twice Exceptional (2E)

Gifted and twice exceptional (2E) learners, and gifted education and advocacy.
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When Your Child is a Perfectionist | My Little Poppies  Here are some books, resources, and strategies for parents of kids who struggle with perfectionism.

When Your Child is a Perfectionist | My Little Poppies Here are some books, resources, and strategies for parents of kids who struggle with perfectionism.

Gifted Homeschool Curriculum K, 1st, and 3rd Grade | My Little Poppies  Resources, curricula, planning, and schedule for the 2016-17 homeschool year.

Gifted Homeschool Curriculum K, 1st, and 3rd Grade | My Little Poppies Resources, curricula, planning, and schedule for the 2016-17 homeschool year.

Worry is Like a Car Alarm: Homeschooling Worriers | The Homeschool Sisters Podcast  Are you parenting a World-Class Worrier? In this episode, Cait and Kara address worries, how they affect homeschooling, and what to do when worries become too much.

Worry is Like a Car Alarm: Homeschooling Worriers | The Homeschool Sisters Podcast Are you parenting a World-Class Worrier? In this episode, Cait and Kara address worries, how they affect homeschooling, and what to do when worries become too much.

Gifted children don't need to be lone wolves. Help them find intellectual peers and community by trusting their instincts and following their lead.

Gifted children don't need to be lone wolves. Help them find intellectual peers and community by trusting their instincts and following their lead.

On Letting My Gifted Son Do His Own Thing | GeekMom Lukas is extremely smart. He is also very sensitive about it. If he doesn’t immediately know the answer to something or the right way to do things he reacts as most people would to something much more emotionally damaging...

On Letting My Gifted Son Do His Own Thing | GeekMom Lukas is extremely smart. He is also very sensitive about it. If he doesn’t immediately know the answer to something or the right way to do things he reacts as most people would to something much more emotionally damaging...

Every child is special, unique, and has their own gifts, but not every child is gifted. Saying that negates the strengths and struggles of real gifted kids.

Every child is special, unique, and has their own gifts, but not every child is gifted. Saying that negates the strengths and struggles of real gifted kids.

The 5 Best Homeschooling Decisions We've Made {Guest post from Laugh, Love, Learn} | My Little Poppies

The 5 Best Homeschooling Decisions We've Made {Guest post from Laugh, Love, Learn} | My Little Poppies

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