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That is how I describe my husband. Being a structural engineer, he pretty much processes information through logic and reason. He is not obsessed though but is very much attracted to an investigation using the scientific method. He is an observant and through his quantitative method of doing things, he easily reaches a verifiable conclusion.
Husband trusts hard facts and numerical data. He does a lot of measurement, even complex calculation, and abstraction. He is quite good at strategic games, loves numbers very much, and appreciates science. Husband often seeks precision.
Logical and Mathematical gift
Those are the same qualities I see on our nearly four-year-old son. He is very good at reasoning, recognizing patterns, and analyzing problems. At a very tender age, he shows excellent problem-solving skills and even enjoys conducting scientific experiments. He is likely showing a brilliant future being a scientist, mathematician or an engineer like his dad.
Nurture the Gift
As a mom, knowing my child’s gift is advantageous as at an early stage, I can support him to realize his full potential. [tweetshareinline tweet=”Nurturing his gift will all the more make him feel certain about his talents, which is a great confidence booster.” username=”SPk3(ad*e(5d4@pEwem@tnlADFb9ZZc8:1:1″]
I was able to confirm my son’s unique gift when I took the PROMIL® FOUR’s Spot the Gift test. The app believes that every child is born with a gift, and it is best that parents help nurture that potential for the little one’s future success. After all, the youngster deserves nothing but the best care to harness his potential.
Spot the Gift
More so, being able to understand my son’s interest and strength, we can find and use certain approaches to help him enrich his gift. We may also help him utilize his strengths to work on some weaknesses. For example, now that we are aware of his logical and mathematical skills, we are now more keen on buying toys like puzzles, sequencing toys, paint-by-numbers pictures, and science experiments.
Know your Child’s Gift
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This mother highly encourages you to check the app and take the test, too. Have a peek of your youngster’s personalized result in just a few minutes. Remember, [tweetshareinline tweet=”early detection of a child’s interest may be helpful to your youngster’s future” username=”SPk3(ad*e(5d4@pEwem@tnlADFb9ZZc8:1:1″]. A strong sense of knowing one’s interest may provide confidence and optimism to encourage the kid to explore more about his skills. Eventually, this foundational learning our child got at an early age will help him face future challenges with a bold face.
Check out this link now if you also like to spot your child’s gift and be guided on how to start nurturing it.