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June 3, 2019

One way to help lift “the weight of the world” from emotionally gifted children is to let them contribute to a cause where they can help other people or animals, and make a difference in the world.

May 20, 2019

In her review of Charlotte’s story, Lyndelle Sherrin says, “Children encouraged to develop their emotional giftedness are a treasure, enriching the lives of us all.” Perhaps we have been touched - by the beauty of our world and by the inner beauty of an emotionally gi...

May 6, 2019

Emotionally gifted children can tackle big issues – the environment, pain, people in need and poverty-stricken communities.  They can make a difference in the world, even from a young age.

April 22, 2019

The group could not be coerced to work cooperatively.  Lion showed no empathy.  She couldn’t even act politely.  No-one seemed to appreciate the effort put in to collect all the supplies and make the sign: Safari Clinic.  Chelsea’s ideas were not appreciated.  Lack of...

April 8, 2019

Emotionally gifted children ask questions too; but often they are at a deeper level, as they grapple with moral and ethical dilemmas. Their enhanced capacity to identify with others often takes their questions to a different plane.

March 25, 2019

Chevron is so full of life. His neural pathways light up when he explores and investigates. His passion can’t be bottled. Alan Thompson says, “It’s not possible to graph your child’s passion for counting absolutely everything including nutritional information on foo...

March 11, 2019

Csikszentmihalyi explains this concept of flow so well in his graph. Ability without challenge leads to boredom. Challenge without the commensurate skills leads to anxiety. Matching abilities with appropriate challenges helps children “smile on the inside”.

February 25, 2019

Rachel Downie, a visual arts teacher, says we should be “careful not to divorce our kids from their natural aptitudes through their educational journey, by predetermining how they learn. Kids perform well when they are in touch with things that make them feel good.”