This may sound silly, but sometimes I feel like articles and books find their way to me at the absolute most perfect moment. As if they somehow knew that I needed them.
T had her turn, amid the whining. T and Seuss were having a ball! Leo managed to wait (not patiently) for his turn with the not as cool robot that we had used. When it was his turn, he wasn’t satisfied. He didn’t find the controls to be user-friendly. He didn’t like the features that this particular robot had to offer. He wanted to use the other, much cooler, robot.
Wondering if your child is gifted/2e?
You can learn many things from children.
How much patience you have, for instance.
~Franklin P. Jones
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