The ability to demonstrate strong coordination between the eye and hand, and show finesse in hand movements.
People with a strong Fine Bodily Intelligence have excellent eye-hand coordination and work effectively with tasks that require manual dexterity. They love to work with their hands and have a natural gift for activities that involve manual skills such as cutting, stitching, or gardening. They do well in activities where they get to put their eyes and hands to work simultaneously, whether it's in art, design, engineering, or even dentistry.
People with strong Fine Bodily Intelligence are inclined to:
Flash animator, stenographer, videographer, jewellery designer, craft artist, painter, sculptor.
Drawing & Painting, stamp collection, learning a musical instrument, horse riding, jigsaw puzzle, landscaping.
*While working with students and making use of the MNTEST to guide students into professions, Steven Rudolph encountered limitations with the Bodily Intelligence category defined by Howard Gardner. This led him to splitting this intelligence into two: Gross and Fine Bodily Intelligence.
The ability to be aware of the functioning of one's body and others' bodies, as well as to demonstrate strong physical coordination.