Top marks for creativity! Hilarious pictures reveal the witty (and VERY cheeky) wrong answers found in children’s schoolwork
- People from around the world have been sharing humorous answers from kids
- Parenting Isn’t Easy compiled photos of hilarious answers on school tests
- One child said ‘Jesus is always the answer’ on a tough algebraic equation
These mischievous youngsters had bundles of fun winding up their teachers when answering questions for their homework and exams.
Although their answers were never correct, children from across the world certainly get top marks for their creativity – and left their parents in stitches.
Many of the most hilarious responses were shared by online blog Parenting Isn’t Easy, with some answers so ridiculous, even the teachers probably struggled to suppress a smile.
In an answer to a tricky-looking algebraic equation, one child wrote: ‘Jesus is always the answer’, to which the teacher replied in red pen, ‘Not on this question.’
Another bizarrely answered the question, ‘How is the brain like a cantaloupe? List seven ways’ with the two similarly shaped diagrams shown above, to say: ‘It is delicious’.
People from around the world have been sharing the humorous answers from children on schoolwork (pictured: One teacher was unimpressed after ‘Jackie’ got rid of a question altogether when not wanting to answer it)
This answer might pull at the heartstrings if it was written in innocence – or make you laugh if it was a British student pulling the teacher’s leg
Honesty is the best policy: One primary school pupil, believed to be from the UK, was very realistic about his artistic talents
‘I am a rebel’: One youngster refused to stick to the rules and wrote more than what was required
One British child sweetly answered that the strongest force on earth was ‘love’ – however his teacher wasn’t impressed by the sentiment!
Clever answers can also be seen in the photos, with this student smartly writing ‘1895’ when asked what ended in 1896
Another American student bizarrely answered the question, ‘How is the brain like a cantaloupe? List seven ways’ with the two similarly shaped diagrams shown above, to say: ‘It is delicious’.
One child, in an answer to a tricky-looking algebraic equation, wrote on his sheet: ‘Jesus is always the answer’, to which the teacher replied in red pen, ‘Not on this question.’
One American youngster appeared unenthusiastic about revealing how they had come to an earlier answer on a quiz
‘None of them have McDonald’s’: While this American student wasn’t wrong, it’s likely not the answer their teacher was hoping for
‘Because ghosts are not real’, replied one youngster when asked ‘how many ghosts are left’ in a a maths equation
When asked to name more words starting with F, not only did this child write a shocking answer, but he added a drawing to it too