Our favorite educational resources and homeschool curriculum for homeschooling a neurologically gifted child, blending a literature-based approach and classical education with an emphasis on science.
I’ll just get it out in the open right away: my daughter eats curriculum for breakfast. She’s gifted, and I mean that as a neurological identifier to explain why we have such a crazy life, not as a bragging right. Since the age of two, she’s been on a mission to flatten forests. (Don’t fret. Trees, lumber, paper, and all the various related accouterments, are a renewable resource.)
Here’s the thing. If I had held rigidly to the no formal education before age seven doctrine, I’d probably already be in a padded room.
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