Gifted/2e Children Resources

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Welcome to the wonderful world of having a gifted/2e child! I know it doesn’t feel wonderful at times. It sometimes feels overwhelming, frustrating and bewildering. The reality is these children offer us a unique opportunity to grow as individuals and parents. Below is a collection of posts that I hope will encourage you as you seek to effectively parent your own gifted/2e child.

2e Children Resources

I have one extensive page dedicated to resources specifically about parenting 2e children. Children who are 2e have their own set of unique needs and I address many of those on this page.

Resources for Parenting 2e ChildrenResources for Parenting 2e Children

General Posts about Gifted/2e Children

These are general posts I have written about giftedness/2e children since understanding my own child is gifted. Included are posts about parenting, homeschooling and school.

The Loneliness of Homeschooling a Gifted ChildThe Loneliness of Homeschooling a Gifted ChildGifted Children in the Classroom from a Teacher’s PerspectiveGifted Children in the Classroom from a Teacher’s PerspectiveDiscovering Your Child is Gifted – Does it matter?Discovering Your Child is Gifted – Does it matter?100 Reasons to Homeschool Your Gifted Daughter100 Reasons to Homeschool Your Gifted Daughter6 Ways Having a Gifted Child Changed My Life6 Ways Having a Gifted Child Changed My LifeAdjusting Expectations as the Parent of a Gifted ChildAdjusting Expectations as the Parent of a Gifted Child5 Tips for Homeschooling a Gifted Child5 Tips for Homeschooling a Gifted ChildRelaxed Homeschooling Curriculum for a Creative Gifted ChildRelaxed Homeschooling Curriculum for a Creative Gifted ChildGifted Children Who Don’t Fit Grade Level ParametersGifted Children Who Don’t Fit Grade Level ParametersHomeschooling Curriculum for Gifted/2e Visual-Spatial LearnersHomeschooling Curriculum for Gifted/2e Visual-Spatial LearnersGifted Children and TransitionsGifted Children and TransitionsThe Joys of a Gifted ChildThe Joys of a Gifted ChildOccupational Therapy for Dysgraphia or Writing ProblemsOccupational Therapy for Dysgraphia or Writing ProblemsMy Child Hates Busy Bags (and Other Gifted Child Realities)My Child Hates Busy Bags (and Other Gifted Child Realities)Living Simply with a Gifted ChildLiving Simply with a Gifted ChildWholesome Reading for Visual LearnersWholesome Reading for Visual LearnersThe Day I Called the Public Elementary School – When Homeschooling is HardThe Day I Called the Public Elementary School – When Homeschooling is HardOf Eosinophilic Esophagitis, a Gifted Child, and a Husband Trying to Keep UpOf Eosinophilic Esophagitis, a Gifted Child, and a Husband Trying to Keep Up

Raising Gifted Children in the Christian Faith

In this series, I looked at the unique challenges we have faced raising a gifted child in the Christian faith. Church settings are often a challenge for gifted/2e children. Gifted children also face truth, questions and death differently than neuro-typical children. How do we effectively disciple our gifted children in the Christian faith? What do we do when meeting our child’s needs runs directly contrary to the expectations of a church’s leadership and membership? How do we handle the tough spiritual questions that often come much earlier than we would expect?

Raising Gifted Children in the Christian FaithRaising Gifted Children in the Christian FaithThinking about Gifted/2e from a Christian PerspectiveThinking about Gifted/2e from a Christian PerspectiveDisciplining Gifted and 2e Children in the Christian FaithDisciplining Gifted and 2e Children in the Christian FaithGifted and 2e Children at ChurchGifted and 2e Children at ChurchGifted and 2e Children Asking Hard Spiritual QuestionsGifted and 2e Children Asking Hard Spiritual Questions

Books on Parenting Gifted Children

The Drama of the Gifted Child: The Search for the True Self, Revised EditionThe Drama of the Gifted Child: The Search for the True Self, Revised EditionParenting Gifted Kids: Tips for Raising Happy and Successful Gifted ChildrenParenting Gifted Kids: Tips for Raising Happy and Successful Gifted ChildrenEmotional Intensity in Gifted Students: Helping Kids Cope with Explosive Feelings (2nd ed.)Emotional Intensity in Gifted Students: Helping Kids Cope with Explosive Feelings (2nd ed.)Living With Intensity: Understanding the Sensitivity, Excitability, and the Emotional Development of Gifted Children, Adolescents, and AdultsLiving With Intensity: Understanding the Sensitivity, Excitability, and the Emotional Development of Gifted Children, Adolescents, and AdultsRaising a Gifted Child: A Parenting Success HandbookRaising a Gifted Child: A Parenting Success HandbookThe Survival Guide for Gifted Kids: For Ages 10 and UnderThe Survival Guide for Gifted Kids: For Ages 10 and UnderCreativity and GiftednessCreativity and GiftednessMisdiagnosis and Dual Diagnoses of Gifted Children and Adults: ADHD, Bipolar, Ocd, Asperger's, Depression, and Other DisordersMisdiagnosis and Dual Diagnoses of Gifted Children and Adults: ADHD, Bipolar, Ocd, Asperger’s, Depression, and Other Disorders

Perspectives on Parenting a Gifted Child – A Series of Personal Stories

I find it very helpful to learn about the experiences of other parents. I asked parents to share their stories about what it is like to parent a gifted child. The result is an interesting mix of stories that are completely different, but also share numerous similarities.

Perspectives on Parenting a Gifted Child – A Series of Personal StoriesPerspectives on Parenting a Gifted Child – A Series of Personal StoriesThe Key Was Understanding Twice-Exceptional (2e) – Sallie’s StoryThe Key Was Understanding Twice-Exceptional (2e) – Sallie’s StoryMissing the Gifted Overexcitabilities – Doresa’s StoryMissing the Gifted Overexcitabilities – Doresa’s StoryProfoundly Gifted is a Whole New Ballgame – Cait’s StoryProfoundly Gifted is a Whole New Ballgame – Cait’s StoryEmbracing the Gifted Label – Renee’s StoryEmbracing the Gifted Label – Renee’s Story

Gifted and Female – A Series of Personal Stories

All gifted children face challenges, but gifted girls face their own unique set. I asked for stories from gifted woman and received this wonderful group. These women wrote about their experiences and what they would tell parents of gifted daughters. The following stories are honest and thought-provoking.

Gifted and Female – A Series of Personal StoriesGifted and Female – A Series of Personal StoriesGiftedness, Loneliness, and Faith – Christy’s StoryGiftedness, Loneliness, and Faith – Christy’s StoryGifted, Different and Imposter Syndrome – Vanessa’s StoryGifted, Different and Imposter Syndrome – Vanessa’s StoryGifted, Depressed and Embracing Individuality – Julia’s StoryGifted, Depressed and Embracing Individuality – Julia’s StoryGifted/2e, Stealth Dyslexia and a Mother’s Support – Nicole’s StoryGifted/2e, Stealth Dyslexia and a Mother’s Support – Nicole’s Story

Posts Related to Children Who Learn Differently

Before I realized Caroline was gifted, I wrote quite a bit about children who learn differently. These posts are also highly relevant to the gifted child as well.

Identifying and Understanding the Red Zone with Your Spirited ChildIdentifying and Understanding the Red Zone with Your Spirited ChildThe Reality of Holiday Overwhelm for Highly Sensitive ChildrenThe Reality of Holiday Overwhelm for Highly Sensitive ChildrenWhen Attending Church is Painful – Highly Sensitive Children and AdultsWhen Attending Church is Painful – Highly Sensitive Children and AdultsRaising a Highly-Sensitive and Spirited ChildRaising a Highly-Sensitive and Spirited ChildHighly Sensitive Children, Shy Children, and SpankingHighly Sensitive Children, Shy Children, and SpankingEncouragement for Parents of Differently-Wired ChildrenEncouragement for Parents of Differently-Wired ChildrenRaising and Embracing Your Spirited ChildRaising and Embracing Your Spirited ChildGetting Spirited Children to Sleep and Related ChallengesGetting Spirited Children to Sleep and Related ChallengesRaising a Spirited Child and Feeling Like a Bad MotherRaising a Spirited Child and Feeling Like a Bad MotherTeaching Our Spirited, Active Child to ReadTeaching Our Spirited, Active Child to ReadWhy I homeschool in the afternoon and not the morningWhy I homeschool in the afternoon and not the morningOur Family’s Experience with MinecraftOur Family’s Experience with Minecraft

Homeschooling Children Who Learn Differently

We homeschool because we believe it is the best choice for our daughter and family. These are posts I wrote about homeschooling before I knew she was gifted. They touch on many of the same issues and opportunities faced by gifted parents.

Homeschool Curriculum for a Right-brained, Spirited ChildHomeschool Curriculum for a Right-brained, Spirited ChildA Sample Kindergarten Homeschool Schedule for a Creative, Dreamer ChildA Sample Kindergarten Homeschool Schedule for a Creative, Dreamer ChildThe Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling a Right Brained ChildThe Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling a Right Brained ChildMust Have Items for Homeschooling a Creative GirlMust Have Items for Homeschooling a Creative GirlAre you choosing the wrong learning materials for your child?Are you choosing the wrong learning materials for your child?

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