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The child showed his talent at the age of 2 years

When a child at the age of one and a half starts walking around, exploring the world step by step, it’s common for them to become engrossed in watching cartoons on a mobile phone at the first opportunity. However, it’s truly astonishing when a child of the same age can articulate and recognize English alphabets. This is exactly what happened.

In the U.S. state of Kentucky, two-year-old Isla Makinav has written her own name as the youngest member of the High IQ society, Mensa. According to Guinness World Records, at the age of 2, Isla scored 99 out of 100 on the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, which measures the intelligence of toddlers.

Mensa is the largest and most prestigious high-IQ society in the world, requiring a score of at least 98 on the intelligence measurement scale to become a member.

Isla’s father, Jason Guinness World Records, said that at the age of 7 months, she could recognize books and begin to identify pictures. At the age of 1, she started learning colors, numbers, and the alphabet.

On her second birthday, Isla received a tablet as a gift from her aunt. On that tablet, she erased the writing her aunt had done for her birthday and surprised everyone by writing the word “Red” in English. Isla then went on to read and spell names of various colors without any hesitation.

To nurture this talent, Isla’s parents enrolled her in Mensa at an early age. Jason says that the most significant advantage of Mensa is that it is an international organization that provides the best support for talented individuals. Currently, Isla attends preschool.

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