A total of 2,040 children were tested in a school environment with a computer software program designed to measure the intuitive ability of predicting a future, randomly selected target. This precognition test consisted of 30 trials. Comparisons between gender and four categories of age groups ranging from 3-19 years of age were examined. Females scored significantly overall (z = 1.75, p = .04), whereas males did not (z = 0.39, n.s.). The only highly significant finding in age categories came from the youngest age group of children 3-6 years of age (males z = 2.29, p = .01; females z = 2.13, p = .02; overall z = 3.13, p = .001).