Kid gives hilariously snarky answer on homework
There's something to be said about the thought process of a kid.
One young student turned in a simple, yet snarky answer to a critical thinking problem on his homework.
The question was: "Suppose you want to build a house on this land and still protect its natural resources. What could you do? How would it protect the natural resources?"
He wrote, "You can just forget about the house."
This kid gets it. Even his teacher found it amusing.
I mean, he wasn't wrong. Some kids just like to be as straightforward as possible.
A 6-year-old was presented with this math problem: "Bobby has four dimes. Amy has thirty pennies. Which child has more money?"
He answered "Bobby," which is correct.
But the next question asked him to show his thinking — meaning, how he came to that conclusion.
So he did ... with a thought bubble over Bobby's head.
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