Summer Reading for Gifted Kids & Adults
The good ol’ summertime … traditionally a time to relax and oftentimes – read. The benefits of summer reading are numerous. For gifted kids, summer reading can be a way to relax; time to explore their passions. It is a good time for these kids to assess what it means to be gifted and how to deal with associated feelings. It can also be a time to read the Classics which may not be covered during the school year. Summer reading for gifted adults can be a time to catch up on reading wish lists; a pastime during vacations.
Finding age-appropriate books for gifted readers is always a challenge. Asynchronous development can make it difficult when reading levels far surpass maturity levels. Check out the links below to make the task easier!
There are many great publishers who specialize on gifted issues. We’ve included links to many of them below.
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Posted on May 30, 2017, in Education, enrichment, family, Gifted Adults, gifted and talented, gifted education, Homeschooling, Teens and tagged books, Gifted Adults, gtchat, reading, summer reading, TAGT, Twitter. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.