Nurturing Your Child’s Multiple Intelligences
Some children may be strong in one or two particular intelligences than others, and this is perfectly normal; some intelligences may be enhanced while others are underdeveloped. For example, a child may not be good at numbers but have excellent hand-eye coordination. Another child may be better at making friends with other people while others are more musically inclined.
The good news is that all children possess all types of the intelligences. Here at Wyeth Nutrition, we believe that by giving the right balance of nutrition, encouragement, and guidance, parents will help their children develop their multiple intelligences and give them the confidence to be more self-reliant. No matter which intelligence your child may excel in, Wyeth Nutrition believe all intelligences should be strengthened so that your cutie pie grows up to be more well-rounded and independent.
To assist parents in recognizing and enhancing their child’s multiple intelligences, Wyeth Nutrition has prepared a series of educational tools and articles aimed at building up their children’s confidence and independence. We hope you will find them useful as we embark on this journey of self-discovery.
Test your child’s intellignce by answering this simple questionnaire.
Disclaimer: Please note that this is not a test. It is a snapshot of your child’s current development of their multiple intelligences preferences. This questionnaire was modified from the Connell Multiple Intelligence Questionnaire for Children as featured in “Brain-Based Strategies to Reach Every Learner” by J. Diane Connell (2005). This questionnaire is provided for educational purposes only, and is not meant to supplant or replace advice as prescribed by child development professionals and specialists.
Have you taken the test? Click here to understand the different types of multiple intelligence better.
Is your child hitting their milestones?
Disclaimer: This Multiple Intelligence Development Milestone Checklist is provided for educational purposes only. and is not meant to supplant or replace advise as perscribed by child development professionals and specialists. It is not a substitute for standardized, validated development screening tools.
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