Free Spirit Publishing, 2014, Grades 5-12, 191 pages
Being smart is more than getting good grades in school. It is also more than reading well, solving math problems, memorizing facts, and having a high IQ. This book is about the many different ways that people can be smart and explains “Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligence” which has changed how teachers teach in schools around the world. Nine different intelligences are explained. Readers will learn which intelligences are stronger within themselves. They will also learn how to strengthen intelligences and when to use them in their daily lives. Interesting fast facts, self quizzes, and easy lists will give the reader fun ways to build their smarts.
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