Recently, an 18-month-old baby has memorized the alphabet and can spell writing. This ability was revealed directly by his mother named Chika on social media pages.
Chika’s mother never thought that her child, Kenneth Matthew, could speak fluently from an early age, namely 18 months. Judging from her TikTok and Instagram accounts, Chika often uploads her child while studying.
Kenneth’s intelligence became a topic of conversation among netizens and they were curious about how Kenneth could spell at such an early age. Apparently, this child who is familiarly called Ken has started to be interested in books since he was 4 months old.
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“From the age of more than four months (Ken), I was more interested in holding books than toys. But indeed, since 0 years old I have been reading books regularly,” said Mother Chika when interviewed by HaiBunda via WhatsApp, Tuesday (22/8/2023 ).
“At first I gave him a look at contrast books, then continued with tactile books and so on I used books with sounds so that Ken would be even more interested. But when I was 6 months old I was already reading books about making cars, human anatomy. , and solar systems,” he continued.
Fluent in spelling at 17 months old
Mother Chika admitted that at the age of 10 months Ken could already start pointing to the alphabet A, B and C. Even so, he could not pronounce these letters yet.
“When he was 10 months old, he started to be able to point to A, B, and C. But he just pointed. If I ask, ‘Which one is A?’ Ken immediately knew and pointed. But only A, B, C,” said Mother Chika.
Meanwhile, Mother Chika admitted that her child could only spell at the age of 14 months. Three months later, Ken was able to spell fluently and memorize the alphabet.
“To spell it can only be done at the age of 14 months. Even that still has to be repeated until finally at 17 months it is smooth,” said this Mother who loves traveling.
Apart from memorizing the alphabet and being able to spell, Chika admits that Ken’s creativity has also developed. He is said to have a broad imagination of the objects around him.
“For example, he once saw a cell phone box and he said to me and his father ‘guitar, guitar’ while giving him rubber bands. I don’t understand what that means. He repeatedly gave us rubber bands and boxes and said ‘guitar’. Turns out he means he wants the DIY box to be a guitar and rubber to be the strings,” said Chika.
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