How to spot your child hidden talents

24 Jul

Your child loves to sort objects
Your child talks nonstop
Your child fiddles with everything
Your child is a daydreamer
Your child loves to solve puzzles
Your kid is a take-charge type
Your child can’t keep still
Your child’s talents are still a mystery to you

If you don’t see any of these signs in your child, stay open to teasing out her hidden talents. Give her exposure to plenty of different activities that may interest her, but don’t overschedule her. Give her enough free time to read, think, and let ideas simmer. Chances are you’ll spot her special gifts over time.

Asking for feedback from other adults in your child’s life can give you fresh insights. Her teacher may point out her fascination with the piano. Or maybe Grandpa comments on her ability to remember all types of plants and flowers.

By noticing the areas where she has natural talent, you can help her be seen, heard, and understood. But your ultimate goal is to love her for who she is while you help her reach her full potential.

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2 Responses to “How to spot your child hidden talents”

  1. Christy Garrett @ Uplifting Families July 27, 2013 at 1:49 am #

    Great post. Once you discover your child’s hidden talent you should encourage them to pursue it.

  2. ashleemae July 29, 2013 at 7:12 pm #

    At what age do these hidden talents start to reveal themselves?

    Found you on BloggyMoms, by the way!

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