The National Association for Gifted Children states that gifted youths possess an exceptional ability to learn and master activities in one or more domains. Based on this definition, Moshe Kai Cavalin, a 14-year-old California resident, definitely fits the bill.
Cavalin has accomplished much in his short life, according to The Washington Post. By the age of 9, he had already earned two Associate of Arts degrees from East Los Angeles Community College with a 4.0 grade point average. The gifted youth also just became a published author with the release of his first book, We Can Do.
Parents who want to see their own children achieve great things may have an interest in Cavalin’s book, as it lays out how other youths can accomplish what he has, the news source stated.
"You just have to work hard and you can accomplish anything," Cavalin told the news outlet.
In the book, Cavalin suggests that children stay focused and give every new endeavor their all. He also recommends cutting down on the amount of time kids spend watching television. According to the news source, Cavalin limits himself to four hours of television each week.
If parents find that their child is readily embracing challenges at an early age, they may want to have him take an IQ test for kids
to discover his intelligence quotient.