Every child gains and develops a different kind of multiple intelligence. Multiple intelligence is a concept developed by Professor Howard Gardner, an expert on education from The United States. He proposed eight abilities that children can develop; verbal-linguistic, logical-mathematical, musical intelligence, bodily-kinesthetic, visual-spatial, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalistic. For now, we will talk about children with kinesthetic ability.
Every child will develop different abilities and this will affect their learning style. How they catch on and understand a lesson will depend on how they absorb and deduce the information. For children with kinesthetic ability, the most effective method to learn something is via body movement, also known as kinesthetic or mover.
Usually, children with kinesthetic ability will do better at sports or things that rely on physical activities. They are also good with instruments that require precision and are good future surgeons or dentists. Want to know more how to get the most of your children’s kinesthetic trait?
Learning principle: hands-on/active learning.
Let’s forget those passive learning methods where children must sit tight and only listen to explanation. They will get bored quickly. Children with kinesthetic ability should learn through hands-on experience, e.g. action, feeling, doing and movement.
They learn from ways such as:
Some practical examples:
Moms can try things written below if your children are of the kinesthetic type:
Look, it isn’t that hard, right? Let’s quickly put this into practice at home. Have fun!
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