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53 Hilarious Homework Answers From Kids That Are so Wrong, They're Right

Since the dawn of time, kids have hated homework. And can you blame them? It's a total drag — but there are ways to keep things interesting. Case in point: These hilarious homework answers. Whether the kids who completed these assignments are dead serious or just pulling their teacher's leg, we can't help but applaud their efforts. Originally published June 2016. Updated June 2017.

20 Hilarious Test Answers From Kids That Are So Wrong They’re Right

My school days were not my proudest. Though I managed to buckle down and finish college, the six years spent doing it reflect a certain lack of attention. Those days are behind me now, but it's always funny to be reminded of every 'educated guess' I made on a test question.

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Play these fun digital math games with your second grade students today! Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to the match the question. These games are created on Google Slides. There are 15 slides reviewing time and money. This digital activity is self-grading, easy to assign and zero prep! Use these for bell ringers, exit tickets, homework, math review, test prep, center time, mah rotations, and more. These are great for Valentine's Day math and the month of February.
This Long Vowel U Passage is a great activity to test and enhance their reading comprehension skills by answering multiple choice questions, open-ended questions, retelling the story by drawing, word and picture match, and sequencing events. The questions are all based on the story and it also helps them review Long Vowel U. This is a great worksheet or assessment for your students or your kids. Click on the title to see this resource.
Reviewing simple machines in your middle school, upper elementary, or homeschool science classroom just got easier! Coloring at all ages has proven benefits including calming and increasing focus. Students will answer questions covering the function and definition of levers, pulleys, wedges, inclined planes, screws, and wheel and axles. Then they get to color the cool mandala! Use coloring pages for test review, early finishers, brain breaks, and for no-prep substitute work!
This engaging packet of test prep materials focuses on owls. It contains a nonfiction passage, a fiction passage, and a craftivity. After reading the passages, students answer the multiple-choice comprehension questions that follow each passage. Then, students name three test-taking strategies that they will use during testing week. #testprep #testtakingstrategies #craftivity #readingpassages #readingcomprehesion