December 21, 2013


December 14, 2013
“The best way to have a good idea is to have lots of ideas." 
~ Linus Pauling

with Matt Black 
Saturday January 11, 2014 
at 15h00-16h30

Presented by GiF’s Little Mad Scientists' Club
Ages 7-9 years-old

"We use electricity every day, but what is it and how does it work? Which materials conduct electricity and which ones are resistors? Come explore this electrifying topic with Matt Black as we build our own circuits and test out various household objects to check their conductivity. It all concludes with the world-famous "Pickle Day" experiment, you have to see it to believe it!" 

How to reserve your spot? Please be sure to follow steps 1-3 below. First come, first served. GiF members have priority until the given date:
  1. Please note the age group, location and date, then email Bettina de Catalogne and Marcia Uriu at  Subject: Electricity

  2. Registration form: fill out the online registration form by clicking here . 
  3. Participation fee, 12€, must be received no later than December 22 for members and December  29 for non-members. If payment is not received by given date the spot will go to the person on the waiting list.  Check payable to Gifted in France, 39 ave de Versailles, 75016. Confirmation is sent once payment is received.   Please note that payment is non-refundable as we have fixed costs associated with this activity. Thank you for helping us stay organized.

  4. Location: Champs de Mars 75007.  Address and meeting point will be emailed following confirmation and payment.


NEXT meeting for Parents, teachers and professionals:

  • Wednesday evening January 8, 19h30-21h00 or Thursday morning January 9, 12h00-14h00, choose your date and time:                     Differential Diagnosis: A Logical Approach to Understanding Commonly Misdiagnosed Features of Gifted Childrenrecorded webinar in PowerPoint format presented by Paul Beljan, PsyD, Click here to reserve your spot. Location: near Radio France.

Next Children's activities:
  • Saturday February 8, 15h00-16h00 -- Little Mad Scientists-- Rocks and Minerals. (Sign up link coming soon.)
  • Saturday January 25, 12h00-14h00 -- Language Comes to Life: Prefixes and Suffixes at the American Library in Paris. To reserve your spot for this activity, email Celeste at
Gifted in France is a loi 1901 non-profit association. GiF does not endorse speakers or their material, but aims to provide a wide variety of ideas and discussions about the educational, emotional and social needs of the gifted and twice-exceptional population

Best regards,
Helen Sahin Connelly