A genius toddler is caught on camera with algebra, fractions and reciting multiple digits of pi.
Three-year-old Aiden Blasian, from Washington, D.C., can easily add numbers of more than 10 digits and plays regularly with algebraic comparisons.
The cute boy spends hours every day on his blackboard and learns increasingly difficult mathematical operations with the help of mother Cynthia Adinig, 34.
Whiz kid: three-year-old Aiden Blasian can make complex algebraic comparisons, work with different fractions and do long multiplications – and he has not even started school
Practice makes genius! The toddler works on his blackboard every morning and every evening and concentrates on his mathematical skills with the help of his mother Cynthia Adinig, 34
Multi-talented: besides math, Aiden also enjoys science and has already memorized several elements from the periodic table, using flashcards to practice them all
Cynthia says that Aiden & # 39; s interest in mathematics and science started spontaneously shortly after he learned to write at the young age of two.
The graphic designer said: & # 39; In my family we love math and sometimes we do math problems together.
& # 39; One day my father sent me a problem, Aiden saw the notes and started to solve it.
& # 39; We started giving him problem after problem and he answered everything correctly.
& # 39; We expect him to be in fourth grade when he goes to school. & # 39;
Traditionally, children start at the age of five when they enter kindergarten, but at that time, Cynthia believes that her child will be at the same level as a ten or eleven year old.
Game, set, match: Aiden also plays chess and regularly meets his adult opponents
Motivation: Cynthia says her young son loves math and science, and is currently working on adding & increasing numbers & # 39;
Support: The dedicated mother must learn every topic that her son wants to learn so that she can work with him while practicing
Video clips shared by Cynthia on Aiden & # 39; s Instagram page show the impressive toddler standing in front of a small easel board and writing the answers to various equations in writing, while his mother coaches him through every problem.
But while his mother is certainly giving out an encouraging hand, it is clear that most of the work is done by the young Aiden himself, who is capable of making huge multiplication amounts in his head within seconds.
In another clip, Aiden is seen perched on the ground while reciting the first 15 digits of pi from memory.
And it is not only math that fascinates the child genius – he is also fascinated by science.
The young person uses flash cards to remember different elements from the periodic table, to browse through each of them and to mention the full name of each element when they see the corresponding symbol.
Other videos show that he is doing various scientific experiments with his mother at home, including filling a balloon by mixing vinegar and baking soda to & # 39; an acidic base reaction & # 39; as he tells the camera.
Joker: Aiden & # 39; becomes addicted immediately & # 39; whatever new subject he is trying, according to his mother, who will then do her best to study so that she can help him
Tradition: & # 39; In my family we love math and sometimes we do math problems together, & # 39; Cynthia explained about her son's interest in the subject
Advanced: by the time Aiden goes to school, probably at the age of five, his mother thinks he will be at the same level as a fourth grade
Aiden also likes playing chess against his mother, and the two regularly enjoy playing games against each other, with the toddler showing an impressive understanding of the game, both in terms of the basic rules and the tactics that are much more brought into play. experienced players.
But Cynthia says that her son's greatest passion is math.
According to his mother, Aiden, who is Filipino and African-American, never misses a day of practicing his number, and he likes to stand on his blackboard and get there & # 39; morning and before bedtime to work on.
She said: & # 39; Aiden is currently learning more algebra and adding more and more numbers.
& # 39; He also decided that he would learn the periodic table, so I had to learn it too.
& # 39; Every time he gets a new topic, he immediately becomes addicted. & # 39;
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