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!

@sharmstro @windadjuanda@barugboog@YummyMummyClub@katsima @parentPAL@parentPAL @autismtoday – Thank you for the RTs!

An AMAZING series of posts describing how MOM-NOS explained autism to her son’s 4th grade class

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from 03.26.10 #gtchat on “When/Why/How to Talk about #Gifted Label” {scroll to 4pm}

RT @DeborahMersino: Trans 03.26.10 #gtchat “Exploring the Power of Mentorships for#Gifted Students” (scroll to 11pm)

Highlights from the#Parenting Summit

Thanks for #FF @JacquelineGreen @TheFamilyCoach

RT @YSPTheatre: Think about how you talk to a child/teen. Is it something U need to say to make U feel better or something they need to hear

RT @DeborahMersino: 7:00 pm/EST #gtchat. Topic 4 that session will be: Taking a Closer Look at the Power of Mentorships #gifted

RT @DeborahMersino: Gr8ful to Julie & @DavidsonGifted 4 help’g in a pinch! Noon #gtchat: How/When/Why to Talk w/ Kids about #Gifted Label

Thanks again for the vote of confidence! @sarawinter_

RT @sarawinter_: Gr8 strategies 4 aides to help kids w anxiety at school. It’s called C.A.L.M. In @jenniferkolari book, Connected Parenting

Jennifer Kolari will be discussing #parenting sensitive or anxious children tomorrow at 12 EST. Register free

Practicing T-ball

Excellent resource for #gifted education strategies: from

Great idea:

RT @campgreenacres: Check out March E-News: Ltd Spaces July, Yummy Mummy Contest, Connected Parenting, Video of the Month

RT @maggiecary: All teachers should take a lesson in something new from time to time. Golf showed me how hard it is to learn something new.

So hard to remember! RT @MomCoach: As moms, our energy is something we must protect and replenish–for our sake, as well as our family’s!

RT @HappyHealthyHip: Do you take care of your partner like you take care of your car?

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