Supporting the Gifted Child With Private Lessons: Ideas for ParentsSupporting the Gifted Child With Private Lessons: Ideas for Parents

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Supporting the Gifted Child With Private Lessons: Ideas for Parents

Hi, my name is Molly, and when my oldest son started school, I was shocked when he didn't do well right away. He struggled to pay attention and didn't seem to grasp many of the teacher's lessons. However, we soon realised that he was not lacking understanding. Rather, he was bored because the lessons were too easy for him. Ultimately, we learned that he was gifted. As a result, I always try to keep him challenged and engaged with new ideas. Private lessons are a big part of that. If you want tips and strategies for your own gifted child, take a look at these posts. Thank you!

Things to Understand Before Going for Your First Driving Lesson

Your first time behind the wheel can be both exciting and stressful. You will not know what to do before you begin your classes. That is why it is vital to have a trainer with you. Working with expert driving instructors will help ease the frustration you feel. That is because these experts guide you through each process and ensure you feel comfortable.  The article lists things to know before the initial driving lesson. Read More 

4 Specific Ways to Drive Defensively

Chances are, you've heard the advice to "drive defensively" on at least one occasion. Driving lessons instructors will repeat it every time you're behind the wheel, and parents will send their young teenage drivers off with that cheery warning. But what does driving defensively actually mean? Are there specific things you can do to prevent accidents caused by other drivers? In short, the answer is yes. Never Use a Cell Phone While Driving Read More 

How to Overcome Driving Test Nerves

Taking your driving test can be nerve-wracking ordeal. If your nerves get the better of you, there's even a chance you could make a mistake and fail your test. Here are some practical tips to help you keep calm and relaxed on the big day. Practice, practice, practice Although it might sound obvious, practicing all your manoeuvres thoroughly before your test means that you're far less likely to get it wrong on the day of your test. Read More