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2019by Thomas Armstrong, Thomas Ph.D. Armstrong and Tim Palin

"It's easy for kids to get dejected and believe they're not as smart as the people around them. Maybe they got a low grade on their math test last week, or maybe they have a difficult time making new friends, but what kids may not realize is that math skills and people skills are just two types of smarts. There are actually eight types of smarts: words smarts, music smarts, number smarts, picture smarts, body smarts, people smarts, self smarts, nature smarts."--



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