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Linguistic Gift-Boosting Activities

  • Harry Potter Trivia Challenge!
    The Harry Potter books are enchanting kids from here to Hogwarts. Your little magicians will love showing off how well they remember what they read!

  • The "What Would You Do?" Game
    Kids flex their moral muscles while honing their persuasive skills as they give their answers to tough tests of character.

  • Genealogy Interview Questions
    Your middle schooler can use these questions, or write her own, to interview relatives about your family's history.

  • Talking about Art
    Kids don't develop linguistic skills from books alone. A visit to the art museum can show your child how words also communicate feelings and observations about the visual world.

  • Reading Olympics
    Put your youngster in charge of a family book fest. Everyone can enter, from Mom and Dad to the littlest pre-reader. On your mark. Get set. Read!
Grades K-2
Grades 3-5

Linguistic Logical-Mathematical Intrapersonal Interpersonal
Bodily-Kinesthetic Musical Naturalistic Spatial



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