Check out the links below to help you learn more about helping your gifted child as well as learning more about gifted programs in your state.
Check out the Cabarrus County website to find out all about how the AIG program works for your school. You can learn about how your child's services will continue once they go to middle school and also see the curriculum covered for your student.
Want to start a parent group to help support your gifted student and other gifted students and parents? Click on the link above to read about the importance of parent groups and how to begin one in your community.
Ever thought about whether your child should skip a grade or push for more challenging course work in their classroom? Use this link to read about how to advocate for acceleration for your child.
Learn how you can help advocate for your child if they are twice exceptional and what they need to help them become successful.
Are you seeing changes in your gifted child? Would you like to learn more about how to work with your gifted child? Check out this link to help you learn more about giftedness and how to help your child.
Is your child struggling? Are you looking for ways you can help them navigate life such as friendship or self-confidence? Check out the link above to read more about 9 challenges that gifted students normally face.
Inquiries Journal has a great article that explains more challenges that gifted children can face in and out of the classroom. You can help your child become the best person they can be by learning what obstacles they may face and how to help them through. Click on the button above to learn about some more obstacles.
Ever wonder where funding for gifted programs comes from for your state? Are gifted programs even a requirement for your state? Davidson Institute has put together a resource where you can learn where funding for gifted education comes from in your state?
Would you like to help your child at home? Are you looking for a way to support their talents and giftedness starting at home? The University of Connecticut has put together a list of some helpful tips to show you how you can benefit your child right from home.
Looking for scholarship opportunities? Want ideas on activities you can do with your child at home? Mensa has created a list of resourceful links that will guide you in the right direction to help your child.