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3 Year Old Solves Rubik’s Cube 2×2

3 Year old Emily Gittemeier solves the Rubik’s Cube 2×2. (2008)


Emily Gittemeier solves Rubik’s 2×2 and she beat both her older brothers for the fastest time. She averages about 30 seconds but got a lucky skip this time, note the surprised reaction when she sees that its fully solved!


OK we don’t own one of these and have never even seen one but I think we NEED it, the Gans 356 Air Magnetic Speed Cube from Amazon https://amzn.to/2KzLOK6 (affiliate). We really like magnets and we like Rubik’s Cubes so I guess we will have to get one of these Magnetic Rubik’s Cubes. Hopefully we can get them to send one free to Emily.  Maybe she can solve it on a gymnastics balance beam.


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Some more Rubik’s Cubes on our wish list (Amazon Affiliate links)
V-Cube 6 from Amazon https://amzn.to/2yV1hmV
V-Cube 7 from Amazon https://amzn.to/2KABXnh
Gans 356 Air Magnetic: https://amzn.to/2KzLOK6



This is an Eastsheen brand 2×2 Cube. In some ways the 2×2 is harder and more confusing than the 3×3 because there are no center pieces to establish the color of that side. At least for a 3 year old in can. Emily Gittemeier learned to solve the Rubik’s Cube by watching and copying her older brothers Justin Gittemeier & Ryan Gittemeier. She doesn’t have the Rubix cube fastest time nor is she the fastest rubik’s cube solver with rubix cube fastest time ever but she can solve the rubik’s cube easily which is still pretty good for a three year old.



How To Solve the Rubik’s Cube Tutorial for kids and beginners


Once you have watched the Full Rubik’s Tutorial and are familiar with Rubik’s Cube basics & cube notation, for a reference see our shortened RECAP Rubik’s video focusing on the 7 Easy Steps to Solve a Rubik’s Cube.


How To Solve Rubik’s Cube RECAP Video of 7 Easy Steps to Solve Rubik’s Cube



How To Solve 2×2 Rubik’s Cube: So Easy A 3 Year Old Can Do It:  

Little Girl Solves Rubik’s 2×2 in 27 seconds – Emily Gittemeier

3 year old Emily Gittemeier solves the Rubik’s 2×2 Cube in 27 seconds on the first solve and 42 seconds the second solve. She wants an Eastsheen 4×4 and 5×5 for her 4th birthday as a reward for learning the 2×2 and 3×3.





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