1. Intellectual curiosity:
Look for signs of an eagerness to learn, such as asking lots of questions and being able to recall facts easily.
2. Advanced problem-solving skills:
Observe their ability to solve problems faster than other children their age and take note if they can figure out how things work.
3. Ability to focus:
Note their level of concentration when presented with a task, and also consider if they can sustain that focus over an extended period of time.
4. Advanced language skills:
Look for signs of advanced vocabulary use, as well as the ability to form sentences in more complex ways than other children their age.
5. Memory recall:
Assess if your child can remember a large amount of information with ease and accuracy.
6. Creative thinking:
Note if your child can come up with creative solutions or ideas when presented with a problem or challenge.
7. Self-directed learning:
Observe if your child can pursue tasks or activities independently and with enthusiasm.
8. Sense of humor:
Consider if your child has an advanced ability to tell jokes or use humor in conversation.