A little girl in Kentucky named Isla McNabb is a typical two-year-old, but her parents noticed recently she absolutely adores the alphabet.
According to Jason McNabb, she would sound out the letters, “Then we started out with some simple words and she sounded them out,” Local 12 reported Tuesday.
However, it did not take long before the child was reading at a kindergarten level, noted Amanda McNabb.
“So, I said, ‘Let’s see what’s going on here, let’s see how smart this kid is,’” she continued.
The McNabbs decided Isla should visit a psychiatrist who told them to have her IQ tested, even though it was not a common practice among two-year-olds.
Once the doctor gave Isla the test, she scored in the 99th percentile which surprised everyone, and at just two-years-old, she became the youngest member inducted into Mensa.
“Mensa is the largest, and oldest high IQ society and we reached out to them, and they confirmed that she was the youngest member,” Jason explained.
Now, the family hopes she will eventually make friends, attend conventions, and possibly benefit from a scholarship. But for the time being, the McNabbs want her to simply enjoy childhood.
This is an excerpt from Breitbart.
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