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Comparison – Not a motivational tool

Comparison – Not a motivational tool

  Is comparison a successful motivator for children? To be more specific, is pointing out comparisons of other children's behavior and results, a successful motivation tool? The truth is, children are no different than adults when it comes to comparing themselves...

Educating your children on racial issues

Educating your children on racial issues

Our children may not be fully aware of the scale of things that are happening in the world currently, but they are hearing murmurings. I live in the UK and hear that this is a US issue from a lot of people, but it isn't. It is a deep rooted fundamental issue that...

The art of discipline

The art of discipline

Dealing with the rollercoaster of children’s emotions is difficult whether the child is gifted or not. We all experience the terrible twos, threenagers etc. However, disciplining a gifted child comes with some unique challenges in my experience. I’ve captured some of...

The price of being gifted

The price of being gifted

Each of us will be or soon become familiar with the need to advocate for the support of our children’s needs in a classroom. I think the issue with school is that it is not set up for learning really, it is set up for preparing for and passing exams and moving on to the next phase. This is an issue for our more able children as they are not seen to need the extra support other children need.

What is normal anyway?

What is normal anyway?

Watching your little human grow is the best and scariest feeling. Parents are meant to be the teachers, but I genuinely think we learn more than we teach. I think the question I’ve asked most (to google, friends, hubby, etc) is, is this normal?