- An adorable video of a little girl, @Sithi_Pancake, has been making its rounds on social media
- In the video, Sithi_Pancake can be seen practising her maths
- Sithi_pancake's on point maths skills received many thumbs-ups from impressed Facebookers
There's just something about seeing a child investing in and enjoying education - the younger the better. This must be why when a video of Sithi_Pancake doing some maths practice was posted to Facebook and it received over a thousand reactions.
In the simply adorable clip, Sithi_Pancake can be seen neatly writing down numbers on a tiny chalkboard and then after adding these numbers, but not before cutely using her fingers to help her get her calculations correct.
One can tell that she has had a lot of practice and really enjoys her homework because she does it so well. What a joy she must be to her parents, one of whom can be heard in the background helping Sithi complete her work.
According to her gushing mom Zodwa, Sithi, who just turned six, absolutely loves maths and one day hopes to become a scientist. Facebookers who enjoyed watching Sithi sharpen her mind shared all sorts of comments below the post.
Here are some of those comments.
Asive Lobi said:
"Ohh man this just reminded me of how strict my mom was when I was doing Grade 1 yho. The handwriting though, she’s smart mommy."
Nombuso Chamane asked:
"How old is Sithi? She is brilliant."
Pelokazi Ntloko said:
"She is a perfectionist, so neat, her writing is so good. She is so cute."
Briefly.co.za recently reported about another adorable little girl. What may just be the cutest JerusalemaChallenge video has been making its rounds on social media. In a short clip that was uploaded by Durban's Eye on to their Facebook page, an adorable baby girl can be seen delivering her best moves.
The little cutie can be seen dancing candidly on her playmat in a TV room while a little boy lies on a couch in the background. While she may not have exactly gotten all of the original #JerusalemaChallenge moves down to the tee, she sure did try.
The short clip received thousands of well-deserved reactions from Facebookers who simply loved seeing the little girl doing her thing so candidly and full of rhythm. One user, Samantha SxcSam Semathree said: "Omg, the most adorable."
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