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Multiple Intelligences Chart

How do you ensure all of your students' intelligences are being tapped? Here is a list of activities that speak to each intelligence.

Verbal-Linguistic Logical-Mathematical Visual-Spatial Bodily-Kinesthetic

choral speaking

declarizing

storytelling

retelling

speaking

debating

presenting

reading aloud

dramatizing

book making

nonfiction reading

researching

listening

process writing

writing journals

problem solving

measuring

coding

sequencing

critical thinking

predicting

playing logic games

collecting data

experimenting

solving puzzles

classifying

using manipulatives

learning the scientific model

using money

using geometry

graphing

photographing

making visual metaphors

making visual analogies

mapping stories

making 3D projects

painting

illustrating

using charts

using organizers

visualizing

sketching

patterning

visual puzzles

hands on experiments

activities

changing room arrangement

creative movement

going on field trips

physical education activities

crafts

dramatizing

using cooperative groups

dancing

Musical Interpersonal Intrapersonal Naturalistic

humming

rapping

playing background music

patterns

form

playing instruments

tapping out poetic rhythms

rhyming

singing

classroom parties

peer editing

cooperative learning

sharing

group work

forming clubs

peer teaching

social awareness

conflict mediation

discussing

cross age tutoring

study group

brainstorming

personal response

individual study

personal goal setting

individual projects

journal log keeping

personal choice in projects

independent reading

reading outside

cloud watching

identifying insects

building habitats

identifying plants

using a microscope

dissecting

going on a nature walk

build a garden

studying the stars

bird watching

collecting rocks

making bird feeders

going to the zoo


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