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Characteristics of Gifted/Creative Children: Gifted and creative children are easily bored

NFGCC

The National Foundation for Gifted and Creative Children
Founder: Marie Friedel, Exec Dir.
FREE info with downloadable files!

The National Foundation for Gifted and Creative Children
395 Diamond Hill Road
Warwick, Rhode Island
02886-8554
401-738-0937

The National Foundation for Gifted and Creative Children was formed over 30 years ago.

The main goal of The Foundation was to get much needed information to the parents of gifted children.

The need is still there. Many gifted children are being destroyed in the public education system. Many gifted children are being falsely labeled with ADD as well as ADHD.

Many parents are unaware their child/children could be potentially gifted.

The Foundation's main objective is to reach out and help these precious children.

The National Foundation for Gifted and Creative Children is a non-profit, non-sectarian, organization.

Please feel free to download the complete packet of information provided by the Foundation as well as the informative news articles.

Characteristics of Gifted/Creative Children

A. High sensitivity

B. Excessive amounts of energy.

C. Bores easily and may appear to have a short attention span.

D. Requires emotionally stable and secure adults around him/her.

E. Will resist authority if it not democratically oriented.

F. Have preferred ways of learning; particularly in reading and mathematics.

G. May become easily frustrated because of his/her big ideas and not having the resources or people to assist him/her in carrying these tasks to fruition.

H. Learns from an exploratory level and resists rote memory and just being a listener.

I. Cannot sit still unless absorbed in something of his/her own interest.

J. Very compassionate and has many fears such as death and loss of loved ones.

K. If they experience failure early, may give up and develop permanent learning blocks.

Gifted children may also withdraw when they feel threatened or alienated and may sacrifice their creativity in order to "belong". Many children that we test exhibit a high IQ, but they often exhibit "frozen" creativity as well. Often there is an ability to express their feelings initially. We work to assist the child to become open, flexible and to be able to accept failure by developing higher frustration levels.

The National Foundation for Gifted and Creative Children
http://www.nfgcc.org

Information provided courtesy of www.ritalindeath.com

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