Friday, February 3, 2012

Gifted? Special Needs? Both? --- How to Help Your Child

(Re-published with active links)

Do you have one child who struggles to learn while your other child learns almost any concept as if it were “a piece of cake”? Perhaps you have a student who is very bright but at the same time is challenged with some aspect(s) of learning. What can a parent or teacher do?

Although my students have always known me as “Mrs. Brennan”, many adults have begun to call me “The Link Lady”. Yes, many parents and teachers email or phone me requesting resources to help their children and students learn with more success. Many of these children/students have special needs and are challenged with physical and/or developmental differences. Others are frustrated and struggle for a different reason--- because learning is not challenging enough for them!

I keep current lists of FREE resource links to share with parents and teachers. Here are just a few of these helpful resources for children at either--- or BOTH--- ends of the educational spectrum. If you need more resources, just email me, and I will be happy to provide more of them for you.

Gifted Resources Various activities for gifted and enrichment purposes Various math problems and instruction (free website)---If this link is not immediately accessible, please copy and paste it into your browser.) Provides interesting links for parents and teachers of gifted

Special Needs Resources Free reading lessons & educational activities for K-5 Learn to Read: Free Phonics games, worksheets and flashcards A collection of resources on various aspects of learning disabilities with comments from community members.

Combined Gifted and Special Needs Resources (For teachers but contains links helpful to parents regarding “gifted with learning disabilities” information) Resources for Gifted Children with Special Needs (ADD/ADHD, Learning Disabilities (LD), Asperger’s Syndrome, etc.)

For more information: For ADHD focusing tools that work! For ADHD info and support

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