Logical-Mathematical Intelligence is one of Howard Gardner's "multiple intelligences". People who are strong with this kind of intelligence are good at math, science, logic, puzzles, reasoning, and critical thinking. Logical-mathematical individuals also have the ability to see and understand complex patterns and have strong analytical skills. Those who are strong in this intelligence make good accountants, computer programers, engineers, scientists or mathematicians.
Some ways you can build kids' logical-mathematical intelligence include logic and number problems, puzzles, getting them a chemistry set, building their computer literacy or helping them start and run a small business.
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