Intelligent and Creative Kids who will Go Far in Life

Usually, children are creative because their ideas are unbiased, and they do not concern themselves with whether they are stupid or nonsensical. They start and keep going. Children constantly absorb new ideas and understanding from the environment, unlike adults, who tend to focus on a particular task. While adults are generally more focused on the task at hand, children constantly glean new ideas and understanding from their surroundings. As a result, they are less constrained by rules, restrictions, and the knowledge of how things should be done. The benefit of being a child is not knowing what is impossible. Everything is possible for them. In addition, young children receive praise and encouragement from their parents and teachers for almost any work they produce, imaginative stories, and weird art. It doesn’t matter what the problem is; they believe it can be solved. On the other hand, adults know what they cannot achieve and what they cannot accomplish.

Today’s kids are even more intelligent and creative. A test was once about studying, knowing the most, and enjoying the hard work of memorizing the basics of American society. When you got stuff wrong, you felt ashamed. However, kids today are too concerned about submitting creative test answers to make their Gen Y teachers laugh, ensuring everyone is having fun. Back then, these kids would have been slapped on the wrist for writing down sassy words and drawing goofy pictures instead of completing their tests. We’ve collected the best and funniest test answers provided by clever kids who don’t care about their grades as much as they do about getting a laugh. There were times when their grades reflected their lack of effort. However, most of the time, the teacher was glad that the student gave a smartass answer, even if it wasted everyone’s time. The only thing that matters is that you are kind of funny and can answer any test question you are given, no matter how little you know about the correct answer.

#5 My friend’s 5 year old son had this for homework tonight, and he changed the answer to something more humane

#6 First test day of the semester and as always, i allow a 3×5 notecard. Today, a student shows up with this.

#8 My son, the realist, brought this home with some of his kindergarten schoolwork

#17 My friend’s daughter taking the instructions literally

#20 Little girl drew a picture of her mom at work. The mother is actually selling a snow shovel at home depot

#24 My little brother was quite ambitious in preschool

#25 My kid’s teacher is apparently okay with his wild answers on spelling tests

#27 My sister taught math to 4th graders in china. Honest mistake

#30 A kindergardeners response to what she wants to be when she grows up

#33 My friend’s daughter learned how to use adjectives today

#44 My son, the consummate smart-ass. I think third grade math is boring him

#45 My 8-year-old son takes his homework directions literally

#48 My 6 year old cousin’s homework answer after seeing a play

#54 My friend teaches fifth grade, and she was given this by a student today. This kid is going places

#55 My parents must have thought i was retarded when i was a kid

#59 Directions were to ‘draw hands on the clocks’

#64 My 1st grade teacher wife was given this note from a student who will be out tomorrow

#68 This is my 7 year old answering a question on the days when he follows direction

#71 My 8 year old daughter brought her writing exercise home from school. I could not be more proud

#78 My husband told our son to go back upstairs and draw his curtains. His did just that.

#83 The driver crashed into the house because chuck norris pushed him.”

Written by Violet Nina

I am a rebellious storyteller, costume designer, and sort of an artist. I love partying, dancing, loud trance music, and prefer fishnet over Leggings.

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