Because children are gifted all day, here are resources that our families have found to be helpful. If you have sites or organizations that have helped you parent your gifted child, please let us know.

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The Ohio Department of Education’s The Young Gifted Child: A Resource for Families is an excellent guide for families with preschool-aged children.

national society for the gifted & talented website homepage

The National Society for the Gifted & Talented provides a way for families to connect with others in the gifted community, find articles on gifted education and more.

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The National Association for Gifted Children also provides a broad swath of information for newcomers to gifted and talented education, as well as experienced families and educators.

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Hoagies’: and  (exceptional, abundant links)

International Gifted Consortium:

Profoundly Gifted Parenting:

Gifted Development Center: and


Schools for the National Consortium by State: (schools listed by state, with links)

Beyond IQ: (conferences are key here)

Davidson Institute: (longtime leader, with the gamut of resources for online and campus learning)

The Grayson School:

National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC):


Raising Lifelong Learners: (homeschooling the gifted student)

Developmental and Cognitive Characteristics of “High-Level Potentialities” (Highly Gifted) Children:

Gifted Education Communicator: A Journal for Educators, Parents and Students:


Supporting Gifted Learners: (excellent links)


Institute for Educational Advancement (IEA):

Adventures of Hahn Academy: (blog)

My Little Poppies:

A Quiet Simple Life:

Gifted Education Communicator:

The Profoundly Gifted: A Review: