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Parenting the Gifted Blog Tour

Posted by Captain's blog on July 6, 2012 at 2:50 PM

 

 

I am very excited to be participating in the Parenting the Gifted Blog Tour 2012 from July 15-21st. This blog tour is organized by parents who met on The Well Trained Mind Message boards and who would like to help celebrate SENG's National Parenting Gifted Children Week 2012.

 

This blog tour is not officially associated with The Well Trained Mind or SENG, but we are parents with experience and insights to share. We come from different parts of the country, different school choices, and different social and economic backgrounds, but we all have one thing in common. We know that parenting a gifted child can sometimes be as challenging as it is rewarding. If you have ever woken up at 3 AM in the morning wondering "What am I going to do with this child?" then this blog tour is for you!

From July 15-21 the Parenting the Gifted Blog Tour will discuss some of the most pertinent issues facing gifted education today:

 

On July 15th Childhood Inspired will write about "____________________" and Our Roxaboxen Adventures will discuss "Identifying Gifted Minority Students".

 

On July 16th Sceleratus Classical Academy will share "Don't Panic! Musings about realizing that your child's learning pattern is unusually different."

 

On July 17th Teaching My Baby to Read will feature “When School Isn't Enough; Fanning the Flames of Learning Afterschool”.

 

On July 18th Homeschooling: or Who’s Ever Home will write about "A Broader Definition of Success for Gifted Children".

 

On July 19th A Tree House Education will feature "2E Issues".

 

On July 20th Making Music With Kids will discuss "The Suspected Gifted Preschooler and How to Approach His or Her Teacher".

 

On July 21st Teaching My Baby to Read will feature two guest posts. Dancing with Dragrons will write about ____________________.

 

Come back to this blog on July 20th for my post about "Worrying too much and over analysing parenting".

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