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Homeschool Gifted Kids

How do you handle a gifted teenager? Is homeschooling them a good idea? Should you be doing something else? It's always hard to homeschool kids, but homeschooling gifted kids can be even more stressful.

Homeschool Gifted Kids



I know the challenges of homeschooling gifted children. But you can be confident that homeschooling is a great environment for ALL students, whether they are gifted or not. It's the best academic preparation, because they can learn at their level in every subject. It's the best social preparation because the environment is safe and supportive, with people of many ages - just like the real world! And homeschooling is the best preparation for a career, because it encourages specialization and each student's unique gifts.

You can do this! It may be hard, but you have what it takes to succeed. We are not just "care givers" of our children. We are "love givers." THAT will make the difference! homeschool-high-school.gif

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Comments 4

Guest - Lee (website) on Monday, 01 February 2010 14:28

Dear Heather,

To start with, look at this article on Planning High School Courses:
http://heartofthematteronline.com/planning-high-school-courses

Then remember to take it one step at a time. You only need to take the NEXT step, not think too many years ahead of yourself. Let me know when you need more help, OK?

Blessings,
Lee

Dear Heather, To start with, look at this article on Planning High School Courses: http://heartofthematteronline.com/planning-high-school-courses Then remember to take it one step at a time. You only need to take the NEXT step, not think too many years ahead of yourself. Let me know when you need more help, OK? Blessings, Lee
Guest - Lee (website) on Tuesday, 26 January 2010 08:02

Theresa,
It's such a balancing act between their academics and their maturity, isn't it?
Blessings,
Lee

Theresa, It's such a balancing act between their academics and their maturity, isn't it? Blessings, Lee
Guest - Theresa Wagar (website) on Monday, 25 January 2010 20:39

Thanks for the encouragement, Lee. One of the reasons I chose to homeschool was because my children were showing gifted qualities at a young age. Now with one in 10th grade and another not far behind, I'm so thankful that I did. We've been able to finish up a basic high school curriculum early so they will each have the last two years of high school to focus on developing their strengths. The biggest thing I had to learn was that it doesn't matter how far ahead they are academically, the rest of them is the same age as the rest of their peers. Thank you for reminding me it was the best we could provide for them.

Thanks for the encouragement, Lee. One of the reasons I chose to homeschool was because my children were showing gifted qualities at a young age. Now with one in 10th grade and another not far behind, I'm so thankful that I did. We've been able to finish up a basic high school curriculum early so they will each have the last two years of high school to focus on developing their strengths. The biggest thing I had to learn was that it doesn't matter how far ahead they are academically, the rest of them is the same age as the rest of their peers. Thank you for reminding me it was the best we could provide for them.
Guest - Heather Laurie (website) on Monday, 25 January 2010 08:34

Excited, scared, slightly overwhelmed at the thought. High School is still years away for us, but with my gifted child it seems like it is coming sooo much faster. I am glad I have you Lee when I get there! Do you have any articles on high school prep, for my middle schooler. So we are ready to go freshmen year?

God Bless
Heather Laurie
http://www.specialneedshomeschooling.com

Excited, scared, slightly overwhelmed at the thought. High School is still years away for us, but with my gifted child it seems like it is coming sooo much faster. I am glad I have you Lee when I get there! Do you have any articles on high school prep, for my middle schooler. So we are ready to go freshmen year? God Bless Heather Laurie www.specialneedshomeschooling.com
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