Growing up, homework was probably not your idea of a good time. But now that you’re years removed from take-home questionnaires, you may be able to crack a smile or two at the process—especially if you take a gander at the jokes kids are slipping into their assignments these days.
Whether it’s a lazy case of bad math, a comically dark family portrait, or a too-literal interpretation of the assignment (see above…and below), some students just really know how to tickle our funny bones. And although these kids are certainly losing marks for such snarky answers, to be entirely honest, we find their, uh, creative logical approach to be more educational than the real curriculum. Read on for a kick. And if you want even more kid-fueled laughs, check out 50 Funny Kid Photos That Will Make You Laugh Out Loud.
Whoever made the worksheet deserves a little of the blame for this one, because circling a tornado is definitely the most dangerous thing you could do. And if you’re wondering what misinformation you picked up as a kid, discover 25 Life Lessons You Learned as a Kid That Are Wildly Outdated Today.
The assignment was to write a sentence about a family member and draw a picture to accompany it, so this is spot on. There’s just something in the mom’s eyes, though…. Maybe she’s just jazzed about the 80 Amazing Benefits of Wine!
Buying a mansion and filling it with bacon is an honestly pretty reasonable plan for $100,000,000. And if you like a kid with a sense of humor, check out 50 Jokes From Children That Are Crazy Funny.
How much time has this kid spent thinking about cooking an eagle that this is the first thing they come up with?
Some might correctly say this child’s drawing of their future self in a coffin underground is morbid, but it is also very accurate. And if you admire this kid’s holistic perspective, learn 15 Ways to Teach Your Children to Be More Mindful.
Drawing a plant in jail is a creative way to get around not remembering what cytoplasm is. And for more hilarity, check out 50 Puns So Bad They’re Actually Funny.
If this is their response to injuries, this kid’s got a bright future as a salty high school junior varsity coach.
Copy and Paste Job
To be fair, if this assignment were on a computer instead of a piece of paper, these keyboard shortcuts would have actually worked.
This kid’s not afraid to take help wherever they can get it.
If this kid accomplishes more than one of these goals in third grade, they have done an exceptional job.
In case you were wondering, here is confirmation that the “yo mama” joke is still alive and well with the kids today. To keep up, master the 50 Best “Yo Mama” Jokes Of All Time.
What this kid lacks in remainders, they more than make up for with complete honesty.
This kid’s dreams take a heroically large leap.
Historically, this has not been true. But props for a creative answer!
This is an interview between a girl and her (apparently very unamused) cat.
Not Entirely Wrong
You’d really have to meet Ray’s cats to say for sure if they were odd or not is the only thing.
This is indeed the past tense… if you take it way back to 1868, when Edo was renamed Tokyo.
It’s no obtuse, acute, and right, but Sally, Bob, and Olivia are pretty good names for these angles.
Hopefully this is just an assumption, and this kid isn’t going around eating brains.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, than this kid just wrote a brilliant essay. And if you’d like some humor from the other side of the age spectrum, check out 50 Dad Jokes So Bad They’re Actually Hilarious.
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