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Welcome to the Chappelow Gifted and Talented Page
 
For information, please contact:
Joe Joyner, GT Facilitator
Chappelow Arts Magnet School
970.348.1287
 
For more information on understanding giftedness, identification, and web sites for parents, educators, and students, visit our Gifted and Talented section on the district web page.
 
 Helpful links:
 

A Wrinkle in Time websites 
Take a quiz on the book: http://users.smartlite.it/pdi/quizzes/wrinkle.htm


Tesseracts: Cubes Get Hyper 
If Time is the 3rd dimension, then what is the 4th dimension? A Tesseract! If there is such a concept then Madeleine L'Engle's book, A Wrinkle in Time acts as an instruction guide. But Tesseracts are hard to imagine. So, to see a visual and gain a greater understand of the innovative idea, click below on the link! See if you can find the dimension. 
http://www.sciencenewsforkids.org/pages/puzzlezone/muse/muse0900.asp

Learning and Listening with A Wrinkle in Time 
While you are reading A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle be sure to check out this website for a plethora of resources! Whether you are practicing vocabulary, needing to practice for quiz, or wanting help with chapter information, this site has it all! Click on the link below to begin listening and learning while you read A Wrinkle in Time. 
http://www.caseyburrus.org/wrinkle/index.htm
A Quest for a Wrinkle in Time 
How does time wrinkle? While you read Madeleine L'Engle's novel, a Wrinkle in Time, use this quest to discover the variety of themes, the plot conflicts, the multiple vocabulary words, and other resources to discover the answer to this question! Click on the link below to begin your quest for a wrinkle in time!

http://www.lifestreamcenter.net/DrB/Lessons/Wrinkle/index.htm

 

 

Bridge to Terabithia sites 
http://www.takoma.com/archives/copy/2005/06/features_takomaarchives0605.html Read about the inspiration behind the story of Bridge to Terabithia.

http://www.terabithia.com Katherine Patterson's website

http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/terabithia/


KenKen Puzzles
Invented by a Japanese math teacher, Tetsuya Miyamoto, KENKEN® allows you to test your puzzle acumen and improve your math skills at the same time. 
http://www.nytimes.com/ref/crosswords/kenken.html