This Week's Tweets

kolari thumbnailFor those of you who aren’t on Twitter (or just didn’t have the time this week), here are @Jenniferkolari’s tweets, including lots of great links and useful resources. Enjoy!

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from 02.12 noon/EST #gtchat, “Homework: Battles or Bliss”: #gifted {halfway down}

Have a sick child who doesn’t want to take their meds? Try these tricks

RT @parentingpolls: When was the last time you really thought what it would be like to be ‘Your Child’?

RT @Louiseasl: Want to learn how to #sign in #ASL“Happy Valentine’s Day!?” Well, here you go-

RT @BillGates – KIPP – “Promises to children are sacred” 

Great ideas! RT @bweikle: If you’re staying in on Family Day, try these ideas: Stuck Indoors? –

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from 7pm/EST #gtchat “Discovering Passion: Helping #Gifted Kids Find Inspiration”

RT @bweikle: RT @BunchFamily #Bunchland got dads to write love letters 2 their families for our V-Day Special Edition.

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! 

Thanks for the #FF @JacquelineGreen!

Thanks! RT @CozyCoach: Wonderful article! Taking Time for Yourself by @Jenniferkolari

@Annie_Fox Slowly …

Congrats Annie! RT @Annie_Fox: Six blogs every parent should read ‘Cuz you’ve got too much time on your hands! ;O)

RT @BrendaNixon: Today and everyday, affirm your child, discipline, nurture, and watch for progress – not perfection. ~Brenda Nixon

Thanks @amyrhoda! I agree – empathy IS hard. Hope you enjoy the book. Let me know what you think…

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