People with naturalist multiple intelligence are those who seem to be in love with the natural world. They like to spend time in natural settings, walk up to stray animals, and have or want unusual pets. It's not that they don't like dogs and cats, but you can spot a naturalist because they have a ferret, a sugar baby, snakes, and turtles. They thrive in nature. They are skilled and confident and comfortable there, and they learn best in natural settings — in short, they are nature smart.
Photos taken by Diana Boles.
Other activities could include planting a garden from beginning plants inside, transplanting, and measuring growth. This covers science, math, and writing skills, as well as improving their observation skills. A long term study of weather by keeping track of different clouds, temperatures, amounts of sunshine will improve her naturalistic strengths too.
Children who have a dominant naturalist strengths will have excellent careers as
Conservation of the world's natural resources and growing food by means of aquaculture are up-and-coming careers throughout the world today.
Steve Irvin with a crocodile
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Jane Goodall with a chimp.
Photo by Michael Neugebauer.
Other naturalists include Charles Darwin, Dian Fossey (You can support her work with gorillas now.) , and Gregor Mendel, who is famous for his genetic discoveries using peas. Click here to return to the other intelligences when you finish viewing the Naturalist Multiple Intelligence.