What does ''gifted'' mean? Why am I gifted? How can I make school more challenging? What can I do to make more friends? If you're GT (Gifted a Talented) and have similar questions, you are now holding your new best friend. The Gifted Kids' Survival Guide For Ages 10 a Under Revised a; Updated 3rd Edition This book was written especially for you - to help you in your day-to-day life as a GT in school, at home, and with friends. It's based on surveys of more than 1, 000 gifted kids who had a lot to say about growing up and dealing as a GT. Their advice and insights will help you know: You're not alone. You're not ''weird.'' Being smart, creative, and talented is a big plus, not a minus. Look inside to find: Facts about your GT brain and how it works. A GT survey and quizzes that help you know yourself better. Advice on friendships, talking with teachers a parents, and dealing with problems like bullying, stress, and loneliness. Ways to boost brainpower in and out of school. Over 100 quotes from gifted kids. Lists of brainy books, blogs, Web sites, video games, and contests. And much more The Gifted Kids' Survival Guide is the essential guide to growing up gifted. Judy Galbraith has a master's degree in guidance and counseling of the gifted. She has worked with and taught gifted youth, their parents, and their teachers for over thirty years. In 1983, Judy started Free Spirit Publishing, which specializes in self-help books for kids and teens.There is a clear link between how intelligent you are (based on test scores) and how big your brain is. As a GT, you likely have more brain matter in your brain, especially in your frontal lobe (see diagram), which processes most generalanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Gifted Kids' Survival Guide|
|Author||:||M. A. Galbraith|
|Publisher||:||ReadHowYouWant.com - 2009-08-05|