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Article: “7 Brain Food Games: The Best Educational Apps for Kids” By Kelly from Idealistmom.com

Some great App ideas for the younger children: “7 Brain Food Games: The Best Educational Apps for Kids“, by Kelly from Idealistmom.com.

Article: “25 Everyday Resilience Building Activities for Children” By Chelsea Lee Smith

A great reminder in parenting younger, and even older children: “25 Everyday Resilience Building Activities for Children” by,
Chelsea Lee Smith.

Article: “Intellectually gifted students often have learning disabilities” By Catherine Wormald

This sort of information cannot be shared enough,”Intellectually gifted students often have learning disabilities“, by Catherine Wormald.

Article: “26 of the most powerful female engineers in 2016″ By Julie Bort

To help to inspire, here is a great article about female engineers, “26 of the most powerful female engineers in 2016“, by Julie Bort.

Article: “ASD and Giftedness: Twice Exceptionality on the Autistic Spectrum” By Corin Barsily Goodwin and Mika Gustavson MFT

If any parts of the following quote sound applicable to your family, make sure to read the article linked below,

“One of the central concepts in the English-speaking world about “giftedness” in children is “asynchronous development” — the child is in some domains developing in a range of normal for his or her age; and in other domains, is far ahead of same-age peers. A key concept in “giftedness” is exceptionality — the child who is gifted is rare — “one in a hundred thousand” or “one in a million”. A second key concept is “twice exceptional” — a gifted child may also have significant barriers to expressing her abilities in the standard academic settings, such as a specific learning disability in the area of reading, writing, or math, or have other challenges such as ADHD or autism spectrum disorders (ASD).” This quote is from, “ASD and Giftedness: Twice Exceptionality on the Autistic Spectrum” by Corin Barsily Goodwin and Mika Gustavson MFT.

Article: “Breakthrough Study Reveals Biological Basis for Sensory Processing Disorders in Kids, Term life” From Healthfeeds.co

A revealing update about Sensory Processing Disorder in children,”Breakthrough Study Reveals Biological Basis for Sensory Processing Disorders in Kids, Term life“, by Healthfeeds.co.

Article: “The 25 best colleges for students who want to change the world” By Tanza Loudenback

For parents interested in colleges for their children: “The 25 best colleges for students who want to change the world“, by Tanza Loudenback.

Article: “A Different “Twice-Exceptional” Learner”, By Christopher Taibbi M.A.T., Gifted-Ed Guru

An interesting read, and I am sure many parents can relate to Christopher Taibbi’s article, “A Different “Twice-Exceptional” Learner“.

Article: “You Know Your Family Has Overexcitabilities When…” By Lucinda from ‘Laugh, Love, Learn’ site

Just for a giggle, “You Know Your Family Has Overexcitabilities When…” by Lucinda from ‘Laugh, Love, Learn‘ site.

Article: “Game On: An Online Challenge to Gifted Students to Compete Globally” By Nishat Kurwa

Read this article,”Game On: An Online Challenge to Gifted Students to Compete Globally“, by Nishat Kurwa to learn about Brilliant.org, a site for talented 11-18 year-olds.