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Talent mapping 2017-08-22T10:10:17+00:00

How do I know if my child is gifted ?

Children start exhibiting a variety of behaviors from a young age and it is also during this period of time that they requires the most attention from parents in order to uncover a potential talent to be nurtured so that they can further developed them into core skills which will benefit them later.


Some tell-tale signs that your child is gifted:

Learning abilities:
Your child is able to understand concepts very quickly without much explanation.
He is also able to memorize new information and very quickly and accurately.

Academic ability:
Your child demonstrates consistent good grades since across different subjects and is able
to understand and apply the lessons learn both in school and at home on his assignments without much
guidance.

Communication:
The words that your child use is more advanced than those of other children his age and possess a exceptionally large vocabulary. He is also able to express himself clearly and able to argue his point
eloquently

Curiosity:
Displays a great curiosity about objects, situations and events and asks provocative questions
Provides very alert, rapid answers to questions when asked.

With all this tell-tale signs to look out for, it may be at times confusing to know if a certain exhibited behavior to be a genuine or a problem faced by the child . It is vital this problems are also identified and recognized by parents so that they can resolve it before the problems become irreversible.

Given that every child is unique and exceptional in their own way, it is not an easy task to distinguish a talent trait from a potential problem.

A practical way would be to go for the Inborn Talent Genetic Test  as it can accurately help parents discover their children’s hidden talents that may not be obvious at a young age. It also reveals some personality traits that the child may possess, judging from his/her genetic make-up.

Don’t let your children’s undiscovered talents go to waste!