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Different types of Intelligence ( Tips for the Mother for Nursery children)

January 10, 2012

Different types of Intelligence ( Tips for the Mother for Nursery children)

We all know about the intelligence Quotient, or IQ, considered as a scale of intelligence. But it is not only about brainy activities like maths problems. Puzzles etc. There are other types of Intelligences too, that contribute to overall intelligence. Recognising these is the firs step to improving them.

Linguistic Intelligence – The ability to read, speak and write languages well.
Mathematical and logical Intelligence – The ability to reason, calculate and think logically.
Visual- Spatial Intelligence – The ability to paint, drew, take imaginative photographs, create artistic sculptures or visualize three dimensional spaces.
Musical Intelligence- The ability to compose songs, sing, play musical instruments, create poetry, use rhyme and rhythm.
Social Intelligence – The ability to relate to others.

Reflective Intelligence – The ability to focus on inner feelings, draw conclusions from experiences and make plans.
Bodily – Physical Intelligence – The ability to understand , and be in tune with nature.
If a child can get experiences of situations that use all these intelligences , he or she will develop a very high IQ, say experts.

Heighten their Brain Power!

Experts say that every child is born with more than 100 billion brain cells that are sufficient to be highly successful. How ever, not every child becomes successful. This is because it’s the number of interconnections between the cells that actually determines brilliance. So , what can we do to make our children brilliant? Let’s have a Look

Expose them to New Experiences

Experiencing something is the best way to develop connections between the brain cells. For examples,
Go to a vegetable or go to a bank to experience how it functions or go to a library to experience its functioning.

Let them think
Thinking is a stimulating exercise for the brain. It boosts reason, logic and understanding.

Ask simple questions and let children find answers. Give enough clues to children so they can find rthe answers to their own questions, instead of giving ready-made answers.
Talk to Children
Engage in conversations and discussions.
Encourage them to engage in games and activities, both physical and mental.
Give them loving care and Attention.
Emotional support helps children to grow in a healthy way, bot mentally and physically.

From:- Magic Pot


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