Child Genius, Season 1HD
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Child Genius is a competition series that centers on America’s most extraordinary and gifted children and their families as they prepare for a national intelligence competition and a chance to win $100,000. In cooperation with American Mensa, the competition takes place over eight weeks and tests the nation’s brightest young minds on their knowledge of a variety of subjects, including Math, Spelling, Geography, Memory, the Human Body, Vocabulary, Current Events and more. Hosted by Leland Melvin, a former NASA astronaut, the show features 20 boys and girls ages 8 to 12, all competing for the title of Child Genius 2014.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoI Am Not a Tiger Mommy||Twenty, 8 to 12 year old child geniuses, with determined parents in tow, prepare to battle it out in week one of the "Child Genius" competition held in cooperation with American Mensa, hoping to win the $100,000 college fund prize and the title of "Child Genius.||41:19||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPlease Drink Some Water||The 15 children who survived the first round of elimination in the "Child Genius" competition, held in cooperation with American Mensa, return for week two, battling it out in this week's rounds, Human Body and Memory, with hopes of winning a $100,000 college fund prize and the title of "Child Genius.||41:06||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFocus, Focus, Focus!||It's week three of the "Child Genius" competition, held in cooperation with American Mensa, and the pressure is on for the remaining 12 academic warriors to avoid elimination in this week's rounds, Vocabulary and Astronomy, and advance towards the prize of $100,000 and the title of "Child Genius.||41:22||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTriskaidekaphobia||It's week four of the "Child Genius" competition, held in cooperation with American Mensa, and the remaining 10 competitors must clear the academic hurdles of this weeks topics, Zoology and Spelling, to stay in the game and advance towards the prize--$100,000 and the title of "Child Genius.||41:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoYou Signed Up for This||In week five of the "Child Genius" competition, held in cooperation with American Mensa, the remaining eight competitors muscle through the mid-point of this rigorous competition, tackling this weeks rounds, U.S. Presidents and Logic and Reasoning, in order to stay in the game and win a $100,000 college fund and the title of "Child Genius.||41:09||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThese Kids Are Like Cheetahs||In week six of the "Child Genius" competition, held in cooperation with American Mensa, the six remaining competitors face two tough rounds of competition--Current Events and Earth Sciences--after which only five will advance one step closer towards the finals, where they will battle it out for a $100,000 college fund and the title of "Child Genius.||41:12||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoYou Need to Stop Lying to Yourself||In week seven of the "Child Genius" competition, held in cooperation with American Mensa, the remaining five children struggle through two grueling rounds of competition--Inventions and Literature and the Arts--after which, only four will move on to the finals and compete for the $100,000 college fund and the title of "Child Genius.||41:13||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWe All Want to Win, Right?||In the eighth and final week of the "Child Genius" competition, held in cooperation with American Mensa, the four finalists face off in an Academic Olympiad, a daunting compilation of all previous round topics, after which, one child will win a $100,000 college fund and be crowned "Child Genius."||41:06||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDVideoSneak Peek||Take a look at a Sneak Peek from the upcoming series "Child Genius".||2:47||Free||View in iTunes|
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It’s interesting to see, but having a child with this type of intelligence can be a double edged sword. A word for the wise for the parent discussing his one child as being smarter than his 2 daughters, huge mistake. You may word it in a manner that the other children don’t feel less superior. You’re setting your kids up to have animosity towards one another; if you place one higher than the other. Not a good parenting move, just an FYI!
poor children without real childhood .....
I watched this show when first premiered,and let me tell u what are u thinking Lifetime!!! Who wants 2 sit and watch kids answer questions that they should already know throughout school or college??? Come on that's common sense knowledge people!!! They aren't bad kids or parents but they need sit at home to read, write,and have fun with it. They will learn a lot better than a competition. Just don't need take it that far. Avoid this show at all cost!!!