The non-verbal intelligence test for little children, which was origined with Shochi S. is useful for not only normal children but also mentally handicapped ones because of its simplicity. It demands a subject to point to some parts of his own body and mesures his intellectual faculties counting the correct responses. It is on the assumption that the process of recognizing each part of a boby corresponds to intellectual development. On the other hand, considering that mathematical recognition has a close relation to intelligence, we can suppose some relationships in those three factors.
Our study is mainly attempted to analyse the structure of them.
The data set of the intelligence test and fifteen mathematical ability items were collected from the primary school children of the second grade, including boys and girls.
Some distinct features in the results of each test are indicated in this first report.