Posts Tagged ‘prodigy’
4-year-old girl Bella can speak 7 languages fluently - true funny stories
4-year-old girl Bella can speak 7 languages fluently






Bella Devyatkina, a Russian 4-year-old girl, has shown her astonishing language skills in a Russian reality show. She can speak 7 languages fluently – true funny kids stories. In addition to native Russian, Bella can speak English, German, Spanish, French, Chinese and Arabic. The most surprising is that Bella can really use these languages to […]






9-year-old British prodigy sell paintings to earn 150,000 pounds
9-year-old British prodigy sell paintings to earn 150,000 pounds






9-year-old British boy Keelung Williamson is known as “Little Monet”, last July, his 33 paintings were sold out within just half an hour, eventually earned 150,000 pounds. He has used the money to but a new house for his parents in his hometown Norfolk. Williamson was a primary school this year, he learned painting from […]






An U.S. child prodigy on the music directed Symphony Orchestra
An U.S. child prodigy on the music directed Symphony Orchestra






The U.S. musical prodigy Jonathan Okensiuk was directed a symphony concert, although he is only 4 years old, he can fully grasp the music beats and direct Symphony Orchestra with body language. Jonathan Okensiuk loves classical music, his mother said he saw that orchestra for the first time when he was 19 months old, from […]






3 year old of kids IQ as high as 140
3 year old of kids IQ as high as 140






Who can believe that 3 years old kid IQ reach 140, the funny girl Saffron Pledger is just the Pledger, it is true, she is only 3 year old, Saffron Pledger should be learning to count, or learn to run. But she is no ordinary child, the prodigy has been able to read books before […]






12-year-old American prodigy IQ beyond Einstein's
12-year-old American prodigy IQ beyond Einstein’s






There is a 12-year-old boy in the United States, his IQ is higher than Einstein, at 170. He is currently studying at Indiana University, his tutors are arranging for his doctorate. The “prodigy” names is Jacob Barnett. In a week he learned calculus, algebra, geometry and other disciplines, often counseling their college classmates. Now he […]