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Photos: Meet Esther Okade, the year-old maths prodigy. Esther Okade has always had a flair for math -- and now she's enrolled at college. Hide Caption. The maths-whizz loves her college education. She says: "It's so interesting. It has the type of maths I love. It's real maths -- theories, complex numbers, all that type of stuff. Meanwhile, year-old father Paul is currently working to build a school, Shakespeare's Academy, back home in Nigeria's Delta Region to offer children an new opportunity to learn.
But what makes the British-Nigerian youngster stand out is the fact that she's also a university undergraduate. Esther, from Walsall, an industrial town in the UK's West Midlands region, is one of the country's youngest college freshmen.
It's real maths -- theories, complex numbers, all that type of stuff," she giggles.
My mum taught me in a nice way. She adds: "I want to finish the course in two years. Then I'm going to do my PhD in financial maths when I'm I want to have my own bank by the time I'm 15 because I like numbers and I like people and banking is a great way to help people. And in case people think her parents have pushed her into starting university early, Esther emphatically disagrees.Kid Expert Xander Rynerson Teaches Alec Baldwin About Science
But my mum was like, "you're too young, calm down. Esther has always jumped ahead of her peers. A year later, she outdid herself and got the A-grade she wanted. Then last year she scored a B-grade when she sat the Math A-level exam. Esther's mother noticed her daughter's flair for figures shortly after she began homeschooling her at the age of three.
Initially, Esther's parents had enrolled her in a private school but after a few short weeks, the pair began noticing changes in the usually-vibrant youngster. Efe says: "One day we were coming back home and she burst out in tears and she said 'I don't ever want to go back to that school -- they don't even let me talk! Education is not compulsory until that age so I thought OK, we'll be doing little things at home until then.
Maybe by the time she's five she will change her mind. Efe started by teaching basic number skills but Esther was miles ahead. By four, her natural aptitude for maths had seen the eager student move on to algebra and quadratic equations.Since then, she's lost a few teeth, turned 6 years old, and started taking hip-hop classes. Now, Brielle is finally back on the show, and she's ready to share some of her new knowledge with Ellen DeGeneres' audience.
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Genius Kids is now a fast growing national franchise. Dhillon believes that every child is born a "Genius" and the process of learning depends on the stimulation the child is exposed to at specific times in their life, Rennu's award winning learning lessons have proven to "awaken the genius in each child". Using interactive multimedia philosophies of teaching, Dhillon has developed and conceptualized over 3, lessons for all ages 12 months to 12 years old, to engage and learn in a fun manner.
Learn more about MyGeniusKid. Submit an article.This one-hour competition series is the ultimate test of intelligence and endurance. Twelve teams of the most incredible children in the country, ages 8 to 12, will take the stage to compete in a series of increasingly complex quizzes with the goal of being crowned Genius Junior. The average adult relies on Google Maps to get them to their destination, their calculator for simple math problems and autocorrect for spelling errors. What if they had to memorize the entire U.
What if they had to do this against the clock? The talented "Genius Junior" cast members will tackle these and other challenging scenarios. Over four rounds, with each round tougher than the last, teams of three will have to work together to beat the competition. Each episode's winning team will then get to take on The Cortex - the toughest test of smarts on the planet - to build up their prize fund.
His appearance was really something! Anyone who has seen the clip knows that the journey was certainly worth it! Harruy was very excited to be on the show. Countries and flags! But before stsrting,? Ellen wanted to ask Harry how his flight to America went. And before the TV host gave Harry a chance to show off his intelligence, she asked his parents a little more about him.
She wanted to know when they first realized that Harry was so talented. He must have been taking everything around him in! Then, when Harry was just one-year-old, he was able to learn the entire alphabet, spell his name and read his name. At 18 months, Harry could identify shapes too. She held up a flag to him and asked him to identify the country. Ellen then held up another flag. It looked like the American Flag but with a moon and star in the top left. How many American adults can name this flag?
Then The host started showing Harry the outlines of countries. First of all, she held up one that should have been very familiar to Harry:. As the picture showed the logo for Disneyland, Ellen revealed that she was sending Harry and his parents to Disneyland! After all, who knows what Harry will achieve when he grows up?
The family of three flew all the way to California from Liverpool, England, to showcase little Harry's photographic memory that makes him able to identify every single one of the world's flags, among other things.
As Ellen asked his parents, "When did you notice that there was something going on with him? Did I read this right? He was 12 months old and knew the alphabet?
As Shellie replied, "Yeah, when he was first born we noticed that his eyes looked really big, and we joked that he looked shocked.
So, from then, I'd say about 12 months, he started to be able to identify the alphabet, he could spell his name, he could read his name. Eighteen months he could identify shapes.
Ellen DeGeneres' Best Pranks. Shapes like flags, for example. The ever eager toddler was curious to look at the world flags sitting next to Ellen, so they got right down to business.
And he did this all without missing a beat and having a grand old time while he did it. The year-old then turned to his parents again and wondered what they have planned next for their son.
What's the new thing that you're challenging him with? Steve responded to this question, revealing a hilarious story about his son learning an NSFW logo. And we were going through, and I think we were on the pageand we got to the Playboy logo.
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Laughing, Steve went on, "It's bad. So, I looked at it, Ellen, and I thought to myself reluctantly. He said, 'Daddy, what's this? But you can't do that with Harry. So, I said, 'It's the Playboy logo. Don't worry, the bunny-themed outlet isn't the only logo the 2-year-old loves. He also noted Amazon and Netflix's logos as two of his other favorites before he accurately identified the Warner Bros. And in classic Ellen fashionshe held up a Disneyland logo and revealed that the show was sending the family of three to the theme park the next day.
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