By Max Miller
Apr 02, 2013
Whether they mean to be or not, kids are hilarious. This collection of test answers and drawings is all the evidence you need.
This kid has a pretty strong stream.
Even though it wasn't an option, technically this is still right.
No arguments here.
This kid either means people should kill each other or they should have to sit through the movie until they die of boredom.
Again, technically this isn't wrong.
I can't read the question. There's a bear in the way.
This is what happens when you let your child watch too much reality TV.
I wonder if the teacher bought it.
Honest Warren is honest.
Read and complete.
I would've given extra points for creativity.
This seems accurate to me.
Sounds about right to me.
Whoa-ooh whoa-ooh whoa-ooh whoa-ooh...
Oh...for a minute there...I thought...
Grade Ninja is here to prevent you from failing.
This kid's mom works at Home Depot and told her child that they sold out of every snow shovel except one so customers were fighting over who would get it.
Honest DJ is too honest.
Just because you leave out a letter doesn't mean the sentence won't make sense.
Again, this is correct. Give this kid a degree.
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Number 13 is also hilarious! The other ones not so much!
All of the papers show more creativity and intelligence than the question makers. Who is named Nuk or Bank? The directions were often followed precisely; < or >. The question about he \"magical mushroom\" says volumes. Very funny stuff but the assessments say more about test makers than about students.
Love the Home Depot remark!!! Too funny! Shame on the teacher for thinking it was something it\'s not.
Who would have thought! Great laughs!!
This is hilarious!! You won't believe the answers, who would have thought??
Maybe it\'s too early but I don\'t get number 13. What was the kid supposed to do with the shapes?
6 of 27 I find to be most interesting. Not only are Emma's answers "technically not wrong" but she has already adopted to living in an authoritarian society. As in the old Soviet Union the greatest course of action is not to act, not to draw attention to oneself and do what one is told regardless of how stupid it may seem. So she answered the question as is. For if the publishers, the editors, and the teacher did not catch the misprint, ie. bank for blank, in a authoritarian society to so from the bottom is often seen as being a troublemaker or whistleblower and it doesn't matter what benefits the society gains from having the truth placed on the table. The bad guy is the one who show the error of a superior and revenge come swiftly. In a free society the people/body politic, who controls the government, protects the whistleblower from revenge if the action benefits the society. So either Emma is a automaton who usually do well under authoritarianism or she realizes what I didn't until I began taking grad courses in coldwar history. On some level she knows that the question is wrong and therefore the only answer is to follow the instruction to the letter and move on. Because... 1) being smarter than most people she can easily and comfortably survive in the most deprived society and 2) it may take 75 - 100 yrs for such a corrupt society to dissolve but under tyranny by ballots or bullets... things fail apart.
What on earth are you blithering about?!! The directions are perfecly clear..it instructs the child to refer to the \"word bank\" which means a list of words from which to choose the correct ones to best complete the meaning of each sentence! What kind of sense would it make to change \"bank\" to \"blank\"? Bet you were one of those kids who didn\'t pay attention to instructions, weren\'t you? (Take a look at the \"Bonus\" at the bottom of the page!)
kind of dumb that you thought it was supposed to say blank not bank. it says Use the Word Bank - and if you look at the first portion of the assignment it is labeled Word Bank. Yes her answers are awesome, but you opened mouth - inserted foot. I like it.