Gifted Soup: Thinking Outside of the Soup Pot

Teaching Writing  /   /  By Amy Barnes
Stone Soup Magazine
May/June 2017

Gifted Soup: Thinking Outside the Soup Pot I have always loved the story of stone soup creation. With two identified gifted kids, it has taken on new meanings for me as a parent. While everyone brings something to add to the soup pot, I have to picture my 13-year-old son bringing in extra stones to

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