Most adults probably think they could answer the homework question of a 5-year-old child. It turns out that they might be wrong. Just look for yourself at this assignment given to a kindergartener.
Royce Winnick shared a picture of her 5-year-old's fill-in-the-blank style homework assignment. The section has four images used as clues, with the first 3 being obvious three letter words that all start with the letter "T."
This is the work of Royce Winnick. She's a photographer with an eye for composition.She wasn't very mathematically inclined, however, so this homework problem, assigned for her kindergartner, was giving her fits.
When she shared the problem, little did she realize that the results would go viral.
The fourth image however, showing bunnies, had everyone especially stumped.Viewers guessed all kinds of rabbit-related words starting with "T." But no one was able to guess the 'correct' answer!
People were wondering how a kid is ever supposed to get that answer.
The responses were NOT on board with the result.You'll see the answer on the next page and learn why everyone was so peeved about all this.
Winnick’s daughter guessed "pet," only to get the answer marked as "OK" by the teacher, although it was supposedly not the right answer.So what did the teacher end up saying was the correct answer? Vet. DUH. ...Or maybe the teacher needs to think if these sheets are really the best option to be assigning for homework, if grown adults can't even figure them out. C'mon now— vet?!?!
Looking at the other problems doesn't reveal the same issue, does it?
Bear in mind this was for kindergartners.
I'm sure people could imagine far better uses for this sheet.
Check out some more elementary math problems that may give you fits...if you care at all.
People love sharing their kids' impossible schoolwork online.
My nephews math homework for kindergarten. I don't know what to do! https://t.co/4dmWoF1wzk— Michael Polzin (@Michael Polzin)1506026506.0
Here's another one. They get pretty conceptual.
1st homework of @dcpublicschools Kindergarten and I already had to google. Is there a parent instruction book? https://t.co/xRhxr6i0mL— elizabethlatham (@elizabethlatham)1505258038.0
Many think that the homework burden most students carry is just far too much.
Kindergarten Homework: Yay or Nay https://t.co/e96S9A2Tqc https://t.co/N2SwyZgBDa— ESGIsoftware (@ESGIsoftware)1500584713.0