Children Intelligence Category

intelligent babyHoward Gardner, in his book “Multiple Intelligence”, divides the intelligence of children in a fairly broad spectrum.

1. Mathematical and Logical Intelligence.

Includes a child’s ability to think inductively and deductively, the ability to think according to the rules of logic and analyze patterns of numbers, and solve problems through the ability to think. Children with mathematical and logical intelligence which tend to favor the activities of analysis and study the cause and effect of something.

They favor a conceptual way of thinking, for example, arrange hypothesis, categorize and classify what he faced. These children tend to like math activities and have a high speed in solving math problems. Keep reading »