Self Smart Intelligence



Self-smart children, those with intrapersonal intelligence strengths, tend to be quiet. They need alone-time and physical space. They think deeply inside of themselves by reflecting. These children can appear to be slower learners because no question is easy and they want to think of every possible answer before choosing the one to share. They may appear to be uninvolved because they may share less often in class. Most often, though, they're deep in thought and involved.