In school, children who excel in logical-mathematical intelligence often enjoy subjects such as math, computer science, technology, drafting, design, chemistry, and other "hard sciences." You may notice that they prefer logical order in instruction and often work best in structured, organized environments.
Natural tinkerers and builders, logical-mathematical learners enjoy bringing mathematical and conceptual ideas into reality via hands-on projects. For example, your child may like to spend time creating computer-assisted designs, building electronic devices, using computer applications, or programming computers. Logical-mathematical learners would find a statistical study more appealing than reading fictional literature or keeping a journal. Your child may also like to create graphs, charts, and timelines, as well as analyze data. They could be drawn to games like chess or science kits that encourage experimentation.