Logical mathematical intelligence is important to be trained from an early age in the demands of 21st century competencies, because it is related to problem-solving ability, a logical thinking, and numerical processing skills in daily life practices of early children. One alternative way to increase this intelligence is to use interactive media as a practice of digitalization and differentiated instruction in learning activities.  Based on the problem, this study aims to increase the logical-mathematical intelligence of early childhood through the implementation of interactive media in learning activities.  This research method used pre-experiment design in the form of one group pre-test and post-test.  The sample in this study were children aged 5-6 years with a total of 21 children.  Data collection instruments using logical mathematical intelligence observation sheets.  Data analysis techniques using paired sample t-test.  The result of the data analysis showed that the Sig. (2 tailed) of 0,000 < 0,05.  Thus, there is an effect of implementing interactive media to improve logical-mathematical intelligence in early childhood learning by using differentiated learning practices.


early childhood learning; differentiated instruction; interactive media; logical-mathematical