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Originally Posted by Roar
The bigger questions I think are will homeschooling fit in with your lifestyle and is it something you really want to do. Those are the questions I'd consider first.
Originally Posted by crb
Should I look into IQ testing - would that identify areas of strengths/weakness? Or is this not reliable until kids are older?
I'm looking for some guidance about what I need to do/consider in the next year. Thanks!
Originally Posted by wonderactivist
It is jus my humble opinion, but I really don't recommend testing - let the child define himself, not a test. Strengths and weaknesses can easily be assessed by you as a parent or by a teacher if they go to school.
So often the tests just give you a label and numbers, they don't help with your child's changing interests and they leadto comparisons between kids which I think is kinda unhealthy - each kid is great - follow their gifts and passions as they unfold in front of you.
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