Thursday, October 27, 2016

GSG New Website Hi-Lights: Home Page, First of a Series of Posts

The Gilbert Supporters of the Gifted website has been updated!  It has a new look!  It is easier to navigate and has new information!  To help you become acquainted with these new resources, the next few blog posts will be part of a series:  GSG New Website Hi-lights.

Be sure to check out the HOME page and its sub-pages.  These include:
  • A teacher-made video "I Am Gifted" to prompt discussions between you and your child about what it means to be gifted.
  • The GSG mission statement to learn what we are about.
  • New to our home page is a means to make convenient donations through Pay Pal. 
  • Meet the GSG board!  We have new board members in 2016!  They are passionate and dedicated to supporting the gifted children of Gilbert.
  • Has GSG really made a difference?  Our ABOUT page contains a brief history of our advocacy efforts.  Whether you are a long-time subscriber or new this year, we thank you for your support and donations.  You have helped to make a difference!
We hope you find the information on the Home page and its sub-pages to be helpful.  Please consider making an annual family donation of $20, or an amount of your choice.


Gilbert Supporters of the Gifted
Executive Board

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Barnes and Noble Mini Maker Faire

Visit the 2nd Annual Barnes and Noble Mini Maker Faire.  At 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., in all Barnes & Noble stores for demonstrations that will amaze and inspire you! Experience the latest in virtual reality, augmented reality, 3D printing, pen-invent technology, robotics, coding, programming, and more.   There will also be hands-on creation stations so you can make your own product from 12-5PM on both days.” More information can be found at their website:

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Little Adults

Boy wearing hat and holding a fake mustache to his face

Are you living with a little adult? Does your gifted child seem like an old soul housed in a small body? This article might offer some advice! Gifted Children who think they are Little Adults