Folletos de GHF disponibles en español!

GHF español Folleto

GHF: El fórum de homeschoolers superdotados anuncia con gusto que nuestros folletos educativos imprimibles están ahora disponibles en español! Nuestra organización tiene el propósito de hacer llegar nuestros materiales a la comunidad hispanohablante superdotada y doblemente excepcional (2e) y a aquellos que apoyan tal comunidad. Creemos que el acceso a … Continue reading

GHF Brochures: Now Available in Spanish!

GHF español Folleto

GHF: Gifted Homeschoolers Forum is thrilled to announce our free GHF printable brochures are now available in Spanish! At GHF, we are committed to reaching out to the Spanish-speaking gifted and twice-exceptional (2e) community, and to those who work with this underserved population. We recognize that access to this information … Continue reading

EXCLUSIVE! The G Word: A Story from the Forthcoming Documentary

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    GHF: Gifted Homeschoolers Forum is pleased to present this new exclusive video clip highlighting one of the forthcoming stories from the much anticipated feature documentary THE G WORD, directed and produced by award winning filmmaker Marc Smolowitz. The video, called EXCEPTIONAL MINDS, shares stories from the Big Minds … Continue reading

Spring Celebrations Around the World

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  Spring is in full swing, and, in addition to a few solid months of sneezing, it means celebrating beginnings and renewal in both secular and spiritual cultures. We’re not just talking Easter and Passover! Let’s take a kid’s-eye jaunt around the globe with this sampling of festive books, and … Continue reading

Eight Books to help Calm Down during Anxious, Stressful Moments

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  We’ve all been there. Another uncontrollable meltdown. What could have possibly triggered this one? Is it really because of something so minor, so trivial? From an itchy shirt to a stressful playdate, our gifted kids often worry, plan, have anxiety, or just plain freak out. But they—and you—are not alone! Our … Continue reading

An Evolution in Homeschooling: It’s Secular, Eclectic, and Academic

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  On April 9, 2015, I was feeling lonely. Not for friends or family. For homeschoolers who, like me, considered themselves secular, eclectic, academic. Prior to having my son Sean, I was a community college professor. During the nine years I had homeschooled him, I came to miss the conversations … Continue reading

GHF Kentucky: Getting to Know Joy Navan

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GHF regional contact Joy L. Navan, M.A., is a Licensed Psychological Associate, at Amend Psychological Services, PSC, serving the needs of the gifted population of all ages in western Kentucky, Tennessee and southern Illinois. Ms. Navan provides assessment and therapy services for gifted children, adolescents, adults, and elders. Upon retirement … Continue reading

On Homeschool Monitoring

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In her March 2, 2017 Washington Post article, “These activists want greater home-school monitoring. Parent groups say no way,” Lisa Lednicer discussed possible additional regulations for homeschoolers in response to claims of abuse and neglect. We at GHF: Gifted Homeschoolers Forum felt the need to add to the conversation. GHF … Continue reading

Gifted Wins: Celebrating Our Kids

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“Three-year-old Prodigy Discovers Cure for Cancer!” “Gifted Child Invents Perpetual Motion Machine!”  Have you read headlines like this and thought, “My child must not be gifted”? Maybe you didn’t doubt your child’s giftedness, but feared sharing your personal success stories, knowing that what represented a major win for you would … Continue reading

Five Products for the Future Architect or Engineer in Your Home

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Children are natural engineers and designers. In our house, books like Iggy Peck, Architect and Rosie Revere, Engineer have sparked bursts of creativity. Check out these awesome products for the architect or engineer in your life, all highly recommended by our GHF families!   MagnaTiles – The price tag on … Continue reading