Carmen Gamper

Carmen V. Gamper is the author of "Flow To Learn: A 52-Week Parent's Guide to Recognize and Support Your Child's Flow State" and the "Flow Discovery Journal & Coloring Book: Daily Questions to Spark Your Beginner's Mind. For Children Ages 5 to 105"

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Discover your child’s (and your) unique flavor of intelligence! The author, Carmen Gamper, reads from the Flow Discovery Journal

For children ages 5 to 105: “Hello you! There are 7 billion people on planet earth. You are one of them, and there is no one like you!” The Flow Discovery Journal is a writing journal, activity book, and coloring book that helps you discover your unique combination of intelligences, your preferences, and innate skills. …

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Let children find their flow state of optimal learning

Have you noticed your child focusing so intensely on their activity that they forget about time and can’t hear you call them? They might be in a flow state of optimal learning, the deep concentration children (and adults) often experience during activities they love. Children’s flow state is often overlooked or misunderstood because traditionally we …

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A Master Needs a Dojo: Children Need Places Prepared for Flow States

A dojo is a prepared environment, a training hall, for martial arts practitioners—created with the explicit purpose for them to be in the zone, which is another expression for dropping into flow. Being in the zone makes clear how significantly the flow state is connected to a suitable environment. Flow requires a specific space where …

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Thriving during Transitions from Your Child’s Flow State to What is Next

The intensely positive emotions that come with being in complete command of one’s actions, and the pure joy of being in a flow state, may create difficulty for children when they are interrupted and asked to transition to another activity. FLOW TO LEARN’s parenting advisor Susanne reflects below on what she brings to these moments …

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Parenting Insight: They don’t always need me

Book Excerpt by Flow to Learn contributor Susanne Stover, flow-friendly parenting expert and Oregon-based mother of two marvelous young masters of flow: I deeply love the time my kids and I play together, and of course it’s essential to their well-being and secure attachment. Sometimes to transition away from our special time together, they need …

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