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Read more about how to Advocate for Gifted Children.Students from National Association for Gifted Children (

Learn more about Advocating for your Gifted Child from the Institute of Educational Advancement.

Please enjoy this post from on Tips for Parents: How to Advocate for your Gifted Student at School.

Enjoy this post from Gifted advocacy is an Education from GiftedChallenges

College Preparation for Parents and Middle and High School Students

Please learn more about preparing for the College Years from USNews on Getting middle schoolers ready for college applications.  

Read this Middle School Parent's College Prep Guide from 

Check out the collegeboard's Bigfuture page to help you plan for college and career. You can use some things without a login ID - to create an ID the process requires contact information. Having an login ID does allow the user to save and manage choices.

Read about How to Stand Out in High School from the collegeboard. You can use some things without a login ID - to create an ID the process requires contact information. Having an login ID does allow the user to save and manage choices.

Explore how to Find Your Fit for college from the collegeboard. You can use some things without a login ID - to create an ID the process requires contact information. Having an login ID does allow the user to save and manage choices.

Learn about Financing Your Future from the Minnesota Office of Higher Education. 

Enjoy this interactive handout with basic information about college from the Minnesota Office of Higher Education. The Great College Mystery!

Components of Social and Emotional Learning

We invite you to learn more about Social and Emotional Strategies for Parents from Eductopia's George Lucas Educational Foundation. 

To learn how to Create Your Own Calming Jar to soothe or relax when you are feeling worried or overshelmed, visit, Transitions Life Care.

Please visit, Empowering Education to learn more about How Parents Teach Emotional Intelligence to Kids

To learn 6 Tips for Helping your Child Build Emotional Intelligence read this blog from

Visit, to read more about the Social and Emotional Needs of Gifted Students

For more information on Extending Social and Emotional Learning at Home enjoy this article from

For more information on teaching elementary-aged kids about their emotions, feeling, and modds visit the Feel Your Best Self website. 

Visit, Duke University's Talent Identification Program to learn Strategies for Helping Stressed-Out Gifted Learners.

Read more about Anxiety in Gifted Learners on Raising Life Long

Learn more about What is Executive Functioning from

Developing Child at Harvard shares this information on Executive Functioning and Self Regulation.

Visit, The Importance of Executive Functioning from

Visit, to learn Test-taking strategies for exam days.

Financial Literacy

Visit, You for Youth to view their list of resources from government, professional, and nonprofit organizations that build financial literacy.

Please visit, and discuss with your children. This website is dedicated to teaching children about money

Visit, MoneyGeek to read The Guide to Budgeting, this can help parents create and utilize budgeting with older children.

To learn tips and tools that assist kids and teens in managing their money visit The Mint

Visit, Edutopia to view resources that help students make informed and effective financial decisions.

Visit, Financial Literacy Rocks to browse their resources, games, and various topics that teach families about financial literacy.

Visit, Thinking Money for Kids to access their games that teach children how to earn and spend money.

Visit, Moneywise to view their guide to financial literacy for college students.

From comes the School Guide to Student Financial Literacy: What to Teach and When

Please visit, Arizona Central Credit Union to view their Financial Literacy Lessons for Kids: An Age-by-Age Guide.

Identification Resources

Check out, Hoagie's Gifted Education Page for more information on Assessment.

Go to the Testing and Assessments page on the National Association of Gifted Children site for specifics on Tests & Assessments.

Click, A Practical System for Identifying Gifted and Talented Students from the Renzulli Center for Creativity, Gifted Education, and Talent Development at the University of Connecticut.


Read more information about Carol Dweck's Theory of Mindsets.

Visit, to read Why Mindset Matters for Your Success. offers parents tools to aid in better understanding mindsets, visit: The Growth Mindset for Parents.

For more information about Fostering the Growth Mindset visit Psycology Today. 

Parent Online Resources

Visit, PBS for Parents to read how parents can bring out the inner architect in their child.

Visit, the National Trust for Historic Preservation to learn How to Explore Architecture with Kids.

Visit, The Biomedical Scientist to read How to get Kids Interested in a Career in the Biomedical Sciences.

Visit, Trvst World to read their Guide to Teaching Renewable Energy for Kids.

Read more about How to Attract Students to Geomatics, visit GIM International.

Is your child a future engineer? Visit Kid Pillar to read more about How to Build on Your Child's Natural Interests.

Visit, STEM Village to read 5 Tips to Introduce Engineering to Children.

Read 5 Fun Ways to Get Kids Into Engineering by visiting the New Engineer website.

Visit, Kindercare to read more about How to Get Kids Excited About STEM.


To read, Perfectionism In Gifted Children: Developing A Healthy Mindset read this article from the Summer Institute for the Gifted.

Please visit, and read, Helpful Tips for Parents of Perfectionistic Gifted Learners from Connecticut Association of the Gifted. 

Please enjoy this article from the Center on Parenting Education regarding, Understanding Perfectionists.

Support Your Gifted Child

Please enjoy learning more about Eighteen Ways to Help Young Students Improve Their Imaginations from, Joseph S. Renzulli. 

Please learn more about the Ten Myths About ‘Gifted’ Kids We Need to Debunk from LifeHacker. Com. 

Psycologytoday. com offers insight for parents and guardians on How Can I Find the Right School for My Gifted Child?

Visit, the Very Well Family website for more information on Underachievement in Gifted Students.

Read how you can ensure your child gets an Arts Education by visiting Scholastic.

Visit, to learn how to create a study plan.

For more information about studying smart before exams visit

Visit, to learn how to learn how to take effective notes.

Twice Exceptionalities

Read more about The Challenge of the Gifted/Special Needs Child from Uniquely Gifted.

Read this article from Hoagie’s Gifted Education Page, on the Asynchronous development of Twice Exceptional Students.

For more information about the Characteristics of Twice Exception Children from The Medium.

Visit, Indiana’s Association for the Gifted for more information about Addressing the Social Needs of Twice Exceptional Students.