We try to provide for age-peer relationships. She seeks relationships with older children while wanting to remain in the fun-loving atmosphere of younger children. She complains that older-grade learning is "no fun" and wonders why she can't have the "fun" that she had when she younger. Do you have any suggestions to help her feel good about being intelligent and to understand that learning might not always have a "fun" component?
I would recommend The Gifted Kids Survival Guide (for Ages 10 and Under) by Free Spirit Publishing. It will provide her with an age-appropriate understanding of her giftedness, and give her some good ideas for not giving up on learning just yet. Good luck.