How many US capitals can grown-ups name when the states are given to them? Six-year-old David Duchesneau—a kindergartner at Canyon Lake Elementary School in Rapid City—blows us adults away.
“We discovered his interest in learning when we first introduced him to an iPad with Internet restrictions,” explains his mother, Hang. “We set it up to watch learning channels and videos, and before we knew it, David was retaining far more information than we were!”
Along with state capitals, he can also tell you all the planets in the solar system—along with what they’re made of, and their moons. What’s next on David’s learning list? Human anatomy.