A mesmerised mathematician
Chevron weaves through the tall grass, looking and learning and examining. He studies nature intensely, drawing shapes and numbers in his n
An intense artist
Christina responds to the empathy her sister, Chelsea, shows. As a true friend, Chelsea helps her make a new discovery.
An Accommodating Athlete
Friends for fun? Yes, but what if their friendship developed into one for mutual benefit? Then Tiger might cheer Chadwick on in his training
An Ideal Playmate
Chelsea became an ideal playmate. The cubs’ happy laughter shows their approval as they rumble her to the ground. She piques their curiosit
Friendship is often based on shared activities or interests. Joining in the treasure hunt at lunch time was a lot of fun. Other examples of
Fast, faster, fastest! Or not?
Wrestling with this tug-of-war bothered Chadwick. As Robert Schultz indicates, he naively assumed that Tiger loved ‘life in the fast lane’,
Even Harder to Detect
Bullying tactics, teasing, mockery and ostracism are triggers for these responses by gifted children.
Harder to Detect
Young gifted children work out that they are different from others their age. Dr Philip Powell says, “Most gifted children know they are...
Hard to Detect
Stripes go every which way when a herd of zebras congregate, making them more intimidating and confusing to lions and cheetahs.
"Even More Flexible"
Looking back at the early drafts of Custom Built, there were many problems to overcome. The storyline was humorous, but the theme of ‘camou