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Tips

VERBAL-LINGUISTIC
Sensitivity to the meaning and order of words.
Students use an expanded vocabulary and usually like to tell jokes, riddles, or puns; read, write, tell stories, and play word games.
Tips:  
Science:  During experiments describe and record exactly what is being done, what is observed.  
Counting:  create a story in which a character has to count many items
May enjoy:  word games, storytelling, speeches, debates, journals, dialogues, reading aloud, poetry writing, oral presentations, blogging; have paper, writing material, different types of storybooks, and a tape recorder handy.
           
LOGICAL-MATHEMATICAL

            problem solving, math games, logic puzzles, creating codes, socratic questioning, computer programming, timelines

BODILY-KINESTHETIC
creative movement, dance, mime, field trips, imagery, manipulatives, hands-on activities, body language, role playing

VISUAL-SPATIAL
diagrams, visualization, maps, visual puzzles, mind mapping, patterns, pictorial metaphors, videotaping, photography

MUSICAL-RHYTHMICAL
singing, humming, raps, chants, rhythms, listening to music, creating melodies for concepts, musical games, compose tunes, pod casting

NATURALIST
exploring outdoors, identifying flora/fauna, gardening, wildlife observation, studying natural phenomena, science projects

INTERPERSONAL-SOCIAL
mediation, peer collaboration, simulations, cross-age tutoring, clubs, community projects, cooperative activities, interviews, blogging

INTRAPERSONAL
individualized projects, journal writing, reflective time, quiet spaces, independent studies, self-evaluation, autobiographies

Adapted from:
George Mason University - Multiple Intelligence Research

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