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Linguistic Logical/Mathematical Visual/Spatial Bodily/Kinesthetic Musical Interpersonal Intrapersonal Naturalist Ruben Trujillo
I enjoy reading books. A.
I like to tell jokes and stories to my friends and family. B.
I enjoy word games. C.
I enjoy math class. A.
I enjoy working or playing with numbers. B.
I ask a lot of questions about how things work. C.
I daydream a lot. A.
I am good at drawing. B.
I like to view movies, power point slides, or other visual presentations. C.
I excel in one or more sports. A.
I enjoy working with clay or other tactile experiences. B.
I enjoy running, jumping, wrestling, or similar activities. C.
I have a good singing voice. A.
I play a musical instrument or sing in a choir or other group. B.
I remember melodies and songs. C.
I have two or more close friends. A.
I like to play games with other kids. B.
I seem to be a natural leader. C.
I have good self-esteem. A.
I prefer working alone and not working with others. B.
I have a good sense of self-direction. C.
I like to water and tend to the plants. A.
I like field trips in nature, to the zoo, or to a natural history museum. B.
I talk a lot about favorite pets. C.
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