This Three Year Old Scientist Performs Experiments For YouTube

Published May 8, 2018 9 Plays

Rumble She is only three years old and she has already turned her back to her toys in favor of science! Freya Mason from Leicestershire gave over to science after making her first experiment when she was only two. She was determined to produce a rainbow by dissolving Skittles!

According to Freya's mother, Sarah Mason, Freya has been doing her experiments for the past year, filming them and posting them on YouTube. Now, she has her own channel called “'Freya's: This is Science” where she has attracted a loyal following of more than 1,000 people from all over the world.

She is brimming with ideas for new experiments and she loves nothing more than to explain the process. On her channel you can see her making a lava lamp from oil, making slime with borax, a candle vacuum – all ideas that can spring only from the mind of this brilliant pre-school. Her viewers are to the larger extent her peers who love to watch and learn together with her. After all, this is where she got the idea to star in YouTube videos – she was obsessed with watching them.

Freya is not interested in boring things like coloring or dolls, it is the world that grips her attention. She is curious to find out how things around her work and her parents are more than supportive of her in her quest. Her mother says Freya wants to be a doctor or a researcher. You can see her in action in the video above, researching the making of a rainbow with the help of a pack of Skittles.