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  • Gifted: The Ultimate Guide to Understanding Your Gifted Child Better

  • By: Angela Wayning
  • Narrated by: Casey Wayman
  • Length: 8 hrs and 27 mins
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Gifted: The Ultimate Guide to Understanding Your Gifted Child Better

By: Angela Wayning
Narrated by: Casey Wayman
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Summary

This is the ultimate bundle! The complete 10- in-one book with all the anecdotes and thoughts about gifted children you can imagine! The following topics are only a handful of the many subjects that will be addressed here:

  • Perfectionism
  • IQ-tests and scores
  • Bullying
  • Choosing a school
  • Homeschooling
  • Accelerated programs
  • Signs, symptoms and definitions
  • Advice for introverts
  • Dealing with overexcitement
  • How to motivate them
  • Underachievement problems
  • Positive integration
  • Sensitivity
  • How to help with homework
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Creativity
  • Bossiness in gifted children
  • Why some gifted kids act like little adults
  • Calming their fears from imagination
  • Knowing their giftedness from the start
  • Educational opportunities
  • Bullying and targeting smart children
  • Existential sadness and how to overcome it
  • Asynchronous development
  • Giftedness and empathy
  • And lots more...

Don’t wait, get this book now! The bundle is an excellent concept of giving you more educational value for your money.

©2020 Angela Wayning (P)2020 Angela Wayning

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  • 23-11-20

poorly narrated , content boring

not worth the money ! I'm always nervous to buy books with no reviews but thought I'd give this book the benifit of the doubt.
the narrating makes it very very difficult to get through, I sped it up and still found it so tedious, I had to stop.
the content touches the surface , but seems like it's very much someone's opinion rather than any research based knowledge. ( eg. how to help a gifted child scared at night - give him a nighttime prop 🙄 )
I have looked for information on the author and cant find a thing anywhere,

I loved the chapter topics, and was really hoping to dive deeply into it , but if you have a gifted child you will have more information on gifted children than this book has.

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  • 17-10-21

For dumb parents of gifted kids

This set of books is terrible. I'm sorry I didn't read the reviews before buying. The info is so basic, only the dumbest of parents will get anything from it. Most parents reaching for info about their gifted child could have written better books than these. Perhaps they would make a good gift for parents so stupid that they don't realize their child is gifted.