18 youngest geniuses of all timeBy Vika https://pictolic.com/en/article/18-youngest-geniuses-of-all-time
Do you think your child is a genius? Probably every parent thinks their child is special. It is true that many children are exceptionally gifted. Whether they learn to speak at an early age or take their first steps as soon as they learn to crawl.
Children always continue to amaze us. Some are considered gifted in art, music, science, mathematics, and many other talents.
Read about some of the greatest children's minds.
1. Akiane Kramarik.
Akiane Kramarik is a young artist and poet who wrote her first masterpiece entitled "The Prince of Peace" when she was only eight years old. When she was ten years old, she was a guest at Oprah's.
2. Aelita Andre.
Aelita Andre first learned to paint when she was only 9 months old and to top it off she had her first painting in a gallery when she was only 2 years old.
3. Adam Kirby.
He has an IQ of 141.
4. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
You've probably already heard of Mozart. He picked up his first musical instrument at age 3 and wrote his first published piece of music when he was 5 years old.
5. Juana Ines de la Cruz.
Cruz learned to read and began writing religious poetry when she was 8 years old. In 1667 she became a nun so she could read and write whenever she wanted.
6. Arthur Rimbaud.
Arthur Rimbaud is considered an influence by many contemporary creatives. Jim Morrison, Kerouac, and Bob Dylan have said that Rimbaud has influenced their work. He published his first play when he was 15 and created his masterpiece The Drunken Ship when he was 16.
7. Clara Schumann.
Schumann could not speak until she was 4 years old. However, she mastered the piano when she was only 7 years old. She toured Europe and even received praise from musical geniuses such as Chopin.
8. Praveen Kumar Gorakavi.
Praveen Gorkawi is a mathematical genius and former child prodigy. When he was only 13 years old, he created a mathematical formula for calculating the perpetual calendar. When he was 15, he invented an inexpensive artificial leg that had the function of ankle and knee movement.
9. Anna - Marie Imafidon.
Dr. Imafidon first passed her computer level when she was 11 years old. When Imafidon was 20 years old, she received her master's degree from Oxford University.
10. Stevie Wonder.
Although he was blind from birth, this did not stop Stevie Wonder. Wonder is responsible for creating real hits. What you may not know is that he made his mark when he was 12 playing the piano.
11. Marie Curie.
Marie Curie was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize. She was a physicist and chemist and started studying all of this when she was only 4 years old.
12. Judit Polgar.
Judit Polgar is a chess prodigy who was taught by her father, Lazlo Polgar, an educational psychologist. Father Polgart believed that any child could become a child prodigy with the right upbringing. He raised his children to play chess. In 1991, she became a grandmaster and chess champion and broke the record of chess master Bobby Fischer.
13. Michael Chang.
Michael Chang is a tennis professional who turned pro when he was 15 years old and won his first tennis championship when he was only 17 years old. Despite being retired, Chung continues to be involved in the world of tennis by coaching.
14. B-Girl Terra.
B-Girl Terra is a breakdancer who has won numerous competitions. It's amazing that she's only 6 years old. If you watch her on YouTube, you will see her many dance moves.
15. Akrit Jaswal.
Some say that Jaswal performed his first operation at the age of 7. When he was 12 years old, he was accepted into an Indian medical school. We think his parents got real joy when they said that our son is a doctor.
16. Shirley Temple.
Shirley Temple was a famous actress and dancer in the early 20th century. She began her life on the silver screen when she was three years old. She received an academy award when she was only seven years old.
17. Bobby Fischer.
Bobby Fischer was a child prodigy who became a grandmaster when he was 15 years old. He started competing when he was 14 and won 8 titles during his lifetime. Even though his record has been broken, he is still considered one of the world's greatest chess players.
18. Pablo Picasso.
Probably one of the most famous artists of all time. Pablo Picasso is responsible for creating a style of art called "Cubism". Picasso started painting as a child, and even then he created impressive pieces. His father was also a painter and Picasso insisted that his father let him use his brushes.