What is it?
- Using one's body to communicate and solve problems
- An adeptness with objects and activities involving fine or gross motor skills
Students are likely to...
- play sports or be physically active
- use body language
- do crafts or mechanical projects
- dance, act, or mime
How students use the bodily-kinesthetic intelligence in the classroom:
- Tactile or movement-based classroom activities
- Opportunities to role-play or act
- Allowing students to move while working
- Sewing, model-making and other activities involving fine motor skills
- Time with the Music & Movement specialist in the preprimary classes or the Bodily-Kinesthetic specialist (PE) in older grades