5401 22nd Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33710

The Bean Center For Gifted Enrichment & Support

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727-222-3642

5401 22nd Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33710

The Bean Center For Gifted Enrichment & Support

Call Us Today: 727-222-3642

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Make An Appointment Today! Call Us at 815-555-5555

Explorations: Take a Deep Dive

Explorations: Take a Deep Dive

Gifted kids need to explore, yet rarely have a chance to do so with guidance.

I know when my daughter was young, she loved sea creatures and couldn’t get enough. How cool would it have been to have given her a chance to spend a few weeks watching videos, talking to experts, and creating materials related to this interest? How even cooler would it have been that I, as her mom, didn’t have to find all of these resources myself?

Explorations courses are designed for these scenarios!

Our Explorations courses run six to eight weeks and rotate in topic, so you never know what is coming next! Your gifted child might get to explore the Titanic, program a video game, become a rocket scientist, or paint with a professional artist. The sky is the limit (at least, for a couple of months)! Gifted students need the chance to explore and see what the world has to offer. Welcome to the Bean Center’s answer to that!

 

How to Survive with a Gifted Brain

How to Survive with a Gifted Brain

Being a gifted kid is…different. It can be hard, even if your child doesn’t always show it.

Gifted people are more sensitive, or more anxious, and more highly attuned. In fact, you probably feel like they need more, somehow.

I know my students seem to learn so quickly when something is interesting…but check out when it comes to things they don’t want to do. On one hand, they seem so mature and wise, but on the other…they are throwing a fit about seams in their socks or are afraid to go ask someone they don’t know for a pencil.

Did you know that these are all *normal* things for a gifted person? Research shows that the gifted experience is, in fact, different from that of someone with a typical brain.

This course is designed for both parents and gifted students, and is one of the most essential things you can do to help your child understand and process their world.