What We Do

The traditional notion of intelligence which we know as I.Q. is too partial to be used to “label” someone as intelligent or not. We should reference the 8 different kinds of intelligences to account for a broader range of human potential in children and adults.

In most schools and culture, we tend to focus most of our attention on verbal-linguistic and logical-mathematical intelligence. We must learn to discover the other areas of potential and intelligences in children as well to help them excel in their own way.

Our Curriculum: Multiple Intelligences

What’s your child’s learning style(s)?

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Word Smart

(Verbal Linguistic)
Your child enjoys reading, writing, I story-telling and playing word games. I Loves to use language through oral \ and writing.

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Self Smart

(Intrapersonal)
Your child enjoys playing and working alone. Has a strong sense of self as well as own wants and needs.

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Logic Smart

(Logical Mathematical)
Your child is curios about. Enjoy puzzles, working with numbers problem solving and thinking activities.

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Picture Smart

(Visual Spatial)
Your visuals. child Has a enjoys good using sense of pictures direction an visual. Has a good sense of direction and loves drawing, visualising and building.

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Body Smart

(Bodily Kinestetic)
Your child enjoys using body, hands and I sense of touch. Loves sports, dance, and I able to coordinate bodily movements well.

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Nature Smart

(Naturalistic)
Your child enjoys being outdoors, with I animals and using natural materials. I Appreciates nature and cares for the environment.

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Music Smart

(Musical)
Your child enjoys music, rhymes, singing and playing instruments. Able to perceive pitch, tone and rhythmic patterns.

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People Smart

(Interpersonal)
Your child enjoys group activities and being with others. Display sensitivity towards other’s feelings.

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