Creative Activities for the Gifted Child
Fearon Publishers, 1969 - Creative activities and seat work - 50 pages
This 50-page softcover book is designed to provide activities in art, science, geography, social studies, history, mathematics, political science, music, language arts, home economics, and physical education for the gifted student. The activities are divided into 3 areas: the classroom, school, and community. Some activity ideas include thinking of ideas for inventions of the future, arranging for school displays in stores, collecting appropriate poetry for special events, tracing the origin of words, and others. The book seems appropriate for students in grades 1 through 9. LKK, 4-77.
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