I used to be a classroom teacher. I now teach professional educators seeking their Master's degree in Special Education. I know how to teach, right? Well, yes and no. 

When I first started homeschooling, I set things up like I always had except for one thing: chairs. I...

Gifted children are prone to asynchronous development. This is what happens when a child excels in one area but is at a lower level in another area. It is a common issue for gifted children, and it can cause a lot of anxiety and frustration for both you and your child....

Children identified as gifted often struggle as they develop. The challenge arises as some skills emerge as significant strengths while others progress at a much more average pace. Additionally, the discrepancy between a child’s mental age and chronological age expands...

There’s a stereotype that exists about children identified as being gifted. Unless one specifically states the type of giftedness (e.g., artistically gifted), people assume that the child is highly intelligent, mature, and responsible beyond his years. This could not b...

Please reload

Homeschool Hotlinks is a resource created by parents for parents. Join our community to find inspirational stories, support, engaging teaching ideas, and teaching tips to help make your homeschool the perfect fit for your family. 

Get social with us!
  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Pinterest Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon
Gainesville, Florida               crystal@HomeschoolHotlinks.com    

Homeschool Hotlinks has advertising relationships with stores linked to on this site, and we'll earn a commission if you shop through them. Think of it as a tip for bringing you awesome content! Prices won't be affected. 



Copyright 2018 Homeschool Hotlinks                                  Homeschool Hotlinks Privacy Policy & Terms

This site is hosted by Wix.com                                           Wix.com Privacy policy