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Coloring Outside The Lines

Raising a Smarter Kid by Breaking All the Rules

by Roger Schank

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Coloring Outside The Lines by Roger Schank
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    Aug 2000, 320 pages

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    Aug 2001, 272 pages

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Excellent! It is written with the "smarter child" in mind. I think it is also a great book for parents of gifted children. The author gives practical suggestions on how to promote your child's imagination, critical thinking skills, ambition & ability to hypothesize. The world of today & tomorrow is one of science & innovation. If you want your child to be a "go-getter", a doer or an innovator rather than a follower this book provides a foundation. I also think it is a great book for parents of secular homeschoolers. I disagreed with his views on drug use by children.
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