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Pint Sized Perfectionists Carry a Painful Burden

Pint sized perfectionists carry a painful burden and can cause parental anguish. As a teacher of gifted education with a masters degree in gifted education, I have seen the perfectionist syndrome manifested in children many times. It can be a burden to child and perhaps parent. The National Association of Gifted Children  (NAGC) states: “All perfectionism

Color and Write PDF for Classes with New ESL Students

This post has a free printable with pages that accompany the book I Am New Here by Anne Sibley O’Brien. They could be used without the book but having the book on hand would be nicer, of course. The book is about three English as a Second Language (ESL) children adjusting to new classrooms. At first they

  • ReadYourWorld-Twitter-Party-1-27-2017

Twitter Party with Giveaways for MCBD 1-27–2017

This post has information about the Twitter party with Giveaways for MCBD 1-27-2017. The giveaways are books, of course, as MCBD means Multicultural Children’s Book Day. It will be at 9PM EST on that evening. Join us! Hashtags to follow are #readyourworld and #ReadYourWorld. It is a vibrant, fun and fast-paced hour of amazing conversations

Mystery at the Christmas Market by Diller Free Vocabulary PDF

This post is about the Mystery at the Christmas Market which is a Pack-n-Go Girls book. The girls in this series travel to many countries. This is the 3rd book set in Austria, and it is Christmas time at that. While all the family and visitors gather and have a wonderful holiday which includes skiing,