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  1. Time Left: 8 days and 20 hours

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    If your child is interested in space science, I would love to invite you to our interactive online classes. In these classes, students have an opportunity to learn science from a former astronaut instructor/homeschooling mom, side by side with peers from all over the globe, ask questions and wonder about the Universe. Please see the details below. http://www.artofinquiry.net/ Testimonials


  2. Looking for Jr. & High School Science curriculum recommendations for a gifted child who wants to either become a scientist or mathematician. Would like curriculum to be biblically sound and heavy on the math. Any recommendations?
  3. I'm very thankful for WTMF community! I'm seeking wisdom from parents of any 2E kids who have experience with this scenario: 1) DS (or DD) homeschooling through high school to college; 2) highly gifted, loves learning, willing to work hard; 3) but is "low energy" (like many Aspie/ASD), needs plenty of down time alone; 4) considering pursuit of admission to top tier STEM colleges; 5) is very capable of the LEVEL of work that requires, but parents have doubts about ability to handle QUANTITY needed to be a competitive applicant; 6) Christian (student and parents). Ultimate goal is to most
  4. It's a school for gifted kids. From what I've read it seems like my homeschooled son would fit in well, if he can get in. Anyone have any thoughts to share?
  5. Help. We have a bright kid, who has previously tested into gifted pull-out program in school. He may have inattentive ADHD, or possibly processing speed or executive function issues. But he needs time, considerably more time, to complete his work. Like sometimes 2-3 or even 4X. He just moves slow, even on non school tasks. I already help with organization, and cut back on number of problems assigned. But what now? We've reached a point where this may not be enough. I truly hit a flipping point this morning, it's very hard to also put so much of my own time in and it's stressful to
  6. I have a 6 year old son who is highly literate and a very deep thinker. He is also extremely emotional. A good day for us is one where he only has 2-3 tearful meltdowns. This is our second year homeschooling (he's in 1st grade this year). we only spend a couple hours each morning on school work and it is not all desk work. I have been very careful to not give him work that is too difficult for him because we suffered last year when I challenged him too much. I let him do a lot of self-directed learning as he is an avid reader and is fascinated with history and science, so we take things he's
  7. A CC group is starting nearby, and I have the opportunity to enroll A. for next year. Looking over the materials, I had two concerns: 1. We are not Young Earth Christians, so some of the history facts are different. 2. I think A. may not be challenged by the program. Math facts are the obvious place where he's far ahead of the CC materials, but it is a general concern I have. It doesn't seem like there will be other children similar to A. in terms of acceleration, but I hear they are a very sweet group. any thoughts? and thanks in advance!
  8. Older dd is 6. She is a hard worker and plenty smart. She is of Kindergarten age, but finishing up 2nd grade math and 1st grade phonics. Younger dd is 2. Though not talking a lot, she is identifying letters and sounds. Last night, she picked up a penny off the ground and identified it. There are other things that point to her being able to blow us all out of the water in her problem solving abilities. Loverboy is concerned that the time will come that dd2 will pass dd6, and that this will be more likely and more evident with homeschooling. I believe this is inevitable because u
  9. My older son, 15, is twice exceptional (gifted with learning disabilities), and I thought other parents might find it helpful to know how we've navigated college/dual enrollment with those disabilities. In short, we've found enormous support but accommodations don't solve everything. I'm glad to answer questions on this list, off list, or via my blog. Accommodating Disability, College Style
  10. I have been recruited to start a book club for gifted tweens/teens, and I am starting to plan it out, but I need a few suggestions. First off I have to designate an age for the book club. We have several teens in the group (including my twins who are 13), so I want to include teens, but others have suggested we allow kids as young as 10 in the group. My concern is that the teens may feel that the group is too young for them if there are younger kids, and I also worry that some of the books may have subject matter that the younger kids aren't ready for. At the same time though it is a gifted gr
  11. We've had this curriculum on our shelf for a year and a half. I bought it because this was exactly what my accelerated math learners needed, a self-pace with measured progress and limited drill problems. We'd been bogged down by spiral math for too long and my extremely math-minded kids started to say things like, "I hate math." "Math is boring." OH no! Not in my house!! ;-) We took a month-long break from math at first just to clear the air of the old curricula. When we started back up in this math, we found our place, but need so much practice with the multiplication facts. I fee
  12. Hi all: Sorry for the delay. I compiled the resource list, as promised. I provided non-referral Amazon links when appropriate. Apologies if this is not appropriate. Since I have a toddler daughter (18 mo. atm), I add most to the Toddler section and not much about the rest. What my wife and I did was to keep her interest up in reading and math using books and toys. Hence the list. Kindly add to the list and I will add them. The list might be a bit disorganised, please make suggestions too. Some of the items came from others, most notably from quark. Thanks. Resource list Parents' m
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    Hello, I am new here on this forum as well as new to homeschooling. i have a almost 8 year old in 3rd grade and a 5 year old in 1st grade. Both my kids are ahead of their class. We had to get our younger one tested to let her start Kinder at age 4. My older daughter tested at advanced level in STAR testing. This year we decided to sign them up with a charter school where they go to school for science and history twice a week and I home school them 3 days/week. They have already mastered about 40% of their math and a lot fo their language arts curriculum at home and I am planning to buy the nex
  14. Well, I am not doing so great with my curriculum choices this year. My DD is really only happy with IEW. Math, Latin, Spanish are ok. BUT- she is not enjoying this year. Breaks my heart. This is only my second year. UGH. Choices are hard. I keep going back to Oak Meadow. My DD is a gifted VSL who is crazy creative. Would she like it? Also, when I am looking at the lesson plan samples, when they show "Lesson 4" is that the lesson for the week? So, are all the books broken into 36 lessons? Thanks!!! :)
  15. DS is an avid reader and knows plenty of science this way. He's into the Horrible Science series, a bunch of other similar looking ones that we found at the bookstore, DK books, and science magazines that have come our way. I have to admit that I've had bouts of industry and inspiration with regard to experiments, followed by long periods of inertia, and these are catered very much to the interest of the day/week. He's very math and science oriented and has picked up a lot by observing and experimenting on his own. But he has gaps because we've never actually done any grade based curriculum. G
  16. I have had several encounters that leave me scratching my head, and would love for you all to weigh in with your opinions on the matter. I have been extremely lucky to meet several homeschoolers with similar aged kids in my area. However more than a few have, within the first 2 minutes of meeting me, informed me about how advanced their child is. It just seems strange to me. A recent conversation went like this. Me - "Hi there, how old is your son? He looks about the same age as my daughter." Them - "Oh he is six, how old is your daughter?" Me - "She is six too! It is so ni
  17. My son will be entering 1st grade next year. I would really like for him to be apart of Target (the gifted program) at our local public school. His kindergarten teacher ( at his classical Christian school) said she would suggest that he be part of any advanced programs in 1 st grade. He is smart but I really do not think he would be considered gifted. I am considering getting the Cogat bundle from Critical Thinking Co. to prepare him for the test in September. Here are the contents with space if anyone wants to add less expensive options (prufrock etc): The critical thinking co. = Les
  18. My son will be entering 1st grade next year. I would really like for him to be apart of Target (the gifted program) at our local public school. His kindergarten teacher ( at his classical Christian school) said she would suggest that he be part of any advanced programs in 1 st grade. He is smart but I really do not think he would be considered gifted. I am considering getting the Cogat bundle from Critical Thinking Co. to prepare him for the test in September. Here are the contents with space if anyone wants to add less expensive options (prufrock etc): The critical thinking co. = Les
  19. Hi, I am brand new to homeschooling and feeling overwhelmed by the choices. I'm looking for recommendations for a 2nd grade curriculum that is good for gifted children (quick learner, reads above grade level, etc) along with suggestions for a Kindergartner that is an average learner. Things that are Important to me: 1. Christian based 2. Affordability 3. Easier for a 1st time homeschooling mom to figure out. Should I go with 2 separate curriculum or try to combine? I thought about Heart of Dakota, but not sure if that would be a good choice?? Should I get different subjec
  20. Hi there. My boys want to be homeschooled again (have been in PS almost 2 years) I'm letting them finish the year at PS and am now looking at curriculum for the fall. DS starting grade 5 is gifted in math . . . what curriculum is best. Would the exploring series General Science appeal to a science minded child? What writing and language program would you use? My DS in grade 3 in the fall is looked after . . . I'm pretty sure I know what to use. Many thanks for your help.
  21. Hi all! I'm new to the board and trying to find someone to help me fully understand my DD's IQ test scores. She is 7 (almost 8) and was given the WISC-IV Short Form to see if she qualifies for the Highly Gifted & Talented program at her school. She does qualify but I'd like some guidance to help me in terms of what I should to be asking for at her school beyond just plopping her into the "gifted" room. (We have a "school within a school" model where one classroom at each grade level is designated as a Highly GT room where all HGT* kids are placed and then GT** kids are also placed if ther
  22. I've been reading some of the previous posts on here and have found a ton of information. I've seen where many people have had their child tested as being "gifted". Who does this testing? How did you know? My DS is 6 and DD is 3 (almost 4). Both are very bright and catch on to concepts very quickly. DS is currently doing 1st grade work in every subject except science, which he is doing 2nd grade. He loves math and finds it super easy so I find I'm going at a much quicker pace to try and challenge him a bit more. I'm reluctant to move to the 2nd grade level book until we finish the 1s
  23. Hi Everyone, I've homeschooled (using TWTM ) my gifted daughter (who is now 11) from the start and have written a detailed post about lessons I've learned. I hope you find it helpful: http://www.knittedthoughts.com/2010/12/homeschooling-gifted-child.html I'd love any feedback or info about your own experiences in this area. Thanks, Holly
  24. Hi Everyone, I've homeschooled (using TWTM ) my gifted daughter (who is now 11) from the start and have written a detailed post about lessons I've learned. I hope you find it helpful: http://www.knittedthoughts.com/2010/12/homeschooling-gifted-child.html I'd love any feedback or info about your own experiences in this area. Thanks, Holly
  25. I want to start of by saying that I in no way intend any criticism of anyone here. I ask because I am truly not wanting to remain ignorant of this subject any longer. What exactly classifies one as a "gifted" student? To me the term gifted refers to someone who has a higher than average IQ and seems to excel in most things in life, and perhaps even has some areas of knowledge where that person seems almost genius. I have been privileged to know a few of these people in my life and they are, to say the least, inspiring. I have heard of and talked to the parents of some children wh
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