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Every child is different and so are his skills. Some kids excel in math while some are a pro at English vocabulary. Some kids lag behind in academics but hold great creative skills as drawing, painting, singing and many others.
But you can certainly not let your child grow with mastering just one skill. Most parents feel that a child can’t be good at multiple things and they often end up limiting his potentials. Experts lay great stress on ‘Multiple Intelligence’, which is about mastering multiple skills.
According to Howard Gardner, American developmental psychologist, intelligence is not just dependent on ones verbal and math skills. His Multiple Intelligences (MI) theory proposes that there exist other measures of intelligence beside these two. It states that every individual has all intelligence skills, the only difference being some skills are more developed than others. ‘Multiple intelligence’ is all about developing the other subsided skills.
The following points will help you strengthen your child’s multiple intelligence which will ensure a successful life ahead.