Is your child a budding poet? Or one who groans at the mention of poetry? Either way, your child can learn to enjoy reading and even writing poems.
What does it mean if your child isn't accepted into the school's gifted program and what can you do about it?
Ability can't be seen, but achievement can. That's why achievement is used so often to determine if a child is gifted. But that's not a good idea.
Unless you know where to look or what to search for, chances are you'll never find many of the fascinating and fun sites available. Here are 8 of them.
A late bloomer is one whose talents and abilities don't show up in early years.
Improve your child's problem-solving skills, patience and focus, enhance her imagination, and instill confidence by teaching him the game of chess!
If your child is old enough to stop putting every small object he sees in his mouth, then he's old to play chess. Get him started and help him along.
What's more fun for chess lovers than playing a game of chess? Playing with pieces that are characters from favorite books, movies, or history.
It's hard to imagine making it more challenging than it already is, but these versions add new twists.
As a game based on logic and strategy, chess is ideal for gifted children. These basic chess sets are for beginners and can help them learn the game.