Meet Teddy Hobbs, Mensa member at only four years old

Four-year-old Teddy Hobbs is Mensa's youngest member in the U.K.. His mother Beth explains how her child gained an appetite for learning.

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  1. Notice the interactive environment? Feed the brain, dont just give them a tablet or mindless cartoons on t.v

  2. Mensa does not assess children under the age of 10, but if parents want their kids tested they have to go through an educational psychologist. Teddy was 3 years and seven months old when he took the test. The Stanford-Binet IQ test revealed that Teddy had the letter and word recognition of a child of about 9 years old scored 139 and was in the 99.5th percentile for his age.

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