This practical guide addresses all areas of interest to families' homeschooling, or considering homeschooling, their gifted children. The merits of testing are debated, as well as tips on how to test, the advantages and "disadvantages" of being homeschooled, techniques and activities, personal anecdotes from many different families and even college admission. With lots of encouragement thrown in, this cradle-to-graduation guide to your gifted child is filled with tons of helpful advice and resources for the road ahead. 141 pages, softcover with record-keeping forms in back.
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Date:November 27, 2000
My husband and I have found this book to be extremely insightful. We are considering homeschooling our 3 "gifted" girls, and this book is helping us to make an informed decision. The resources listed have been great, and so much of what they have to say hits home for our children, currently in public school. This book has been an invaluable start to our journey to find what is God's best for our girls.