This Girl Probably Knows More About The Human Body Than You
Fact: children’s brains are more “plastic” than adults’ brains, which means they are capable of retaining more information.
Scientists know that “young children’s brains are more open to learning,” so it shouldn’t really be a surprise when we come across little geniuses like Brielle. And yet, we’re amazed nonetheless.
Watch as the now four-year-old demonstrates her intellectual prowess on The Ellen DeGeneres Show…let me tell you, she is quite impressive.
When Brielle first appeared on the show, she named every element on the periodic table!
Here she is explaining human anatomy to Ellen and the viewers.
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The knee bone's connected to the ankle bone. That's about all I got. The rest I'll leave up to Brielle. Also, check out Brielle’s geography lesson, here! http://ellen.tv/1PlJJ33
Posted by Ellen DeGeneres on Monday, February 22, 2016
Now Brielle has her own little video series for Ellen called “She’s Brielle-iant.” During the first episode, she discusses facts about countries!
I hope that Brielle continues to be a brainiac. We can all learn from her — she certainly has a lot to teach. Keep it up, champ!
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