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Lessons from the Playroom


Jun 12, 2019

"When it comes to giftedness, one of the most important things to focus on is how these children manage their internal worlds." - Lisa Dion

Gifted children are unquestionably bright, but the gifted child isn't the same as the intelligent child. Often the difference lies not only in intellectual needs but also the ability to regulate. Giftedness typically comes packaged with self-imposed standards that are impossibly hard to meet, leaving the child bored, angry, or anxious.

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