This month’s Education Update feature, “Six Strategies for Challenging Gifted Learners,” reminds us that high-ability students have unique needs, too.

This month’s Education Update feature, “Six Strategies for Challenging Gifted Learners,” reminds us that high-ability students have unique needs, too.

Yes! You can challenge your gifted kids! With this list of 100 Games for Gifted kids.

100 Games for Gifted Kids

10 Awesome Books for Parents of Gifted Kids via www.raisinglifelonglearners.com

10 Awesome Books for Parents of Gifted Kids

Differentiating with Projects for your Gifted Students

Differentiating with Projects for your Gifted Students (iTeach Third)

Characteristics of gifted children are numerous. Not every gifted child will necessarily exhibit the same traits. The following is a list of character

Characteristics of gifted children are numerous. Not every gifted child will necessarily exhibit the same traits. The following is a list of character

Gifted and Talented Unit - Design A Walking Tour: A "print and go" project based learning unit for the middle grades! Students work to research and design a walking tour for a location of their choice! They will create a website and/or a brochure as well as design a social media marketing plan and an app.

Gifted and Talented Unit - Design A Walking Tour

Gifted and Talented Unit - Design A Walking Tour: A "print and go" project based learning unit for the middle grades! Students work to research and design a walking tour for a location of their choice! They will create a website and/or a brochure as well as design a social media marketing plan and an app.

The gift of Aspergers. Aspies can be extremely intelligent and gifted. Learn more in this infographic

The gift of Aspergers. Aspies can be extremely intelligent and gifted. Learn more in this infographic

Fabulous Fibonacci and his Nifty Numbers - another great lesson plan from the Mensa Foundation.  Designed for 4th graders to be able to do alone (or usable either higher or lower with a teacher), this lesson plan is comprehensive, correlates with the Common Core, and is free!

Fabulous Fibonacci and his Nifty Numbers - another great lesson plan from the Mensa Foundation. Designed for 4th graders to be able to do alone (or usable either higher or lower with a teacher), this lesson plan is comprehensive, correlates with the Common Core, and is free!

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