Albert Einstein was a theoretical physicist who is widely regarded as one of the greatest and also very popular scientists of the 20th century. Albert put forward the theory of relativity and contributed to the development of quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, and cosmology. Mothers can introduce Albert Einstein to their little ones by briefly telling them about Albert Einstein from his biography. Maybe by telling about Albert Einstein’s biography, your little one can be motivated to develop themselves and do great work like Albert Einstein, Mother. The following is a biography of Albert Einstein, quoted from Nobel Lectures. For your information, Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Württemberg, Germany, on March 14, 1879. Six weeks after his birth, Einstein’s family moved to Munich. In this place, Einstein attended the Luitpold Gymnasium. However, the Einstein family did not stay in Germany forever. They are known to have moved to Italy. Einstein also continued his education in Aarau, Switzerland. Then in 1896, he entered the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School in Zurich. There, the young Einstein was educated as a teacher of physics and mathematics. Einstein graduated and pocketed his diploma in 1901. At the same time, he also obtained Swiss citizenship. However, Einstein did not immediately find a suitable job. Einstein was instead accepted to work as a technical assistant at the Swiss Patent Office. Although busy working, Einstein apparently did not forget his education. He managed to obtain a doctorate in 1905. In his spare time while working at the Swiss Patent Office, Einstein managed to produce a number of outstanding works. In fact, in 1908, he was appointed a Privatdozent in Berne. His success did not end there, Mother. In the following years, he held a number of prestigious positions. Starting from 1909, where Einstein was appointed as Professor Extraordinary in Zurich. Then continued as Professor of Theoretical Physics in Prague in 1911. After that, Einstein returned to Zurich to occupy the same position. Shortly thereafter, Einstein again moved to Germany. There, he was appointed Director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Physical Institute and Professor at the University of Berlin. Einstein then changed citizenship to Germany in 1914. He lived in Berlin for approximately 22 years. But in 1933, Einstein decided to give up his citizenship for political reasons. He then emigrated to the United States, Mother. In Uncle Sam’s country, Einstein served as Professor of Theoretical Physics at Princeton. After relinquishing his German citizenship, Einstein officially became a citizen of the United States in 1940. Five years later, Einstein retired. During his life, Einstein was married twice. His first marriage was to Mileva Maric in 1903. From this marriage they had one daughter and two sons. However, their marriage ended in 1919. In the same year, Einstein married his cousin, Elsa Löwenthal. Elsa is known to have died in 1936. While Einstein died in Princeton, New Jersey, on April 18, 1955. The theory of relativity In addition to holding various prestigious positions, Einstein has also published many scientific and non-scientific papers, to extraordinary books throughout his life. Einstein’s works that are well known to the public include Special Theory of Relativity, Relativity, General Theory of Relativity, Investigations on Theory of Brownian Movement, and The Evolution of Physics. Initially Einstein had the opinion that Newtonian mechanics was no longer able to unite the laws of classical mechanics with the laws of the electromagnetic field. This prompted Einstein to develop the special theory of relativity. But it didn’t stop there, Einstein, who is known as a genius, realized that the scope of the theory of relativity could be extended to the gravitational field. In 1916, Einstein then published a paper on general relativity with his theory of gravity. Thus a brief biography of Albert Einstein. You can mix the details of the biography into the form of a story, which you can then easily tell your little one. (som/som) .