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Sometimes a child’s answer to a question is incorrect but can be clever and you cannot get mad! Here are the teachers share their students answers and each of them rocks it!

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1. "I asked a 3-year-old what love was."

1. "I asked a 3-year-old what love was."

'I asked a 3-year-old what 'love' was for a Valentine's Day card to his parents. His response: 'Maybe love is what tornadoes need.' We call him 'the professor' because he teaches us new things every day.'

2. "I asked, 'When is a time you have used integrity?"

2. "I asked, 'When is a time you have used integrity?"

'I asked, 'When is a time you have used integrity?' [A student] wrote down, 'I wash my hands after going to the bathroom, even if no one is in there.''

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4. "What's one of the first things you throw out of the window when you drink alcohol?"

4. "What's one of the first things you throw out of the window when you drink alcohol?"

'In nutrition class at [community college], the teacher asks, 'What's one of the first things you throw out of the window when you drink alcohol?' This kid just mumbles: 'standards.''

5. "What do you think the biggest problem with the world is?"

5. "What do you think the biggest problem with the world is?"

'Teacher: 'What do you think the biggest problem with the world is?' 

5th Grade Student: 'Other people.''

6. "Way too difficult."

6. "Way too difficult."

'I had my students do an activity where they had to give directions based off of a map and situations I had chosen. The final question was more complex, and one of my students wrote, 'Way too difficult, take a cab.''

7. "One student asked if she could write down my name."

7. "One student asked if she could write down my name."

'I'm a white guy teaching ESL in Asia. My students were tasked to complete the simile, 'The old man's hair was as white as _____ .' One student asked if she could write down my name.'

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9. "I don't know the sound a lemon makes."

9. "I don't know the sound a lemon makes."

'[I was] asking one of the children which one of the stickers as a reward [...] She wanted a strawberry sticker,which we had just run out of. 

'Sorry, but how does a lemon sticker sound?' 

Another child spoke up from the back looking terribly worried. 'Mr. N. I don't know the sound a lemon makes.''

10. "What's the weather like today?"

10. "What's the weather like today?"

''What's the weather like today, Easton?' 

'It's f------ cold, Miss!' 

(He was in kindergarten.)'

11. "My sweet little 7-year-olds overhead a 5th grade boy..."

11. "My sweet little 7-year-olds overhead a 5th grade boy..."

'My sweet little 7-year-olds overheard a 5th grade boy say, 'Don't be f------ stupid' to his friend. They look up at me, eyes wide, and say, 'Oooohhh, he said stupid!''

12. "Why does the mother moose eat the placenta?"

12. "Why does the mother moose eat the placenta?"

'I asked a kid, 'Why does the mother moose eat the placenta?' And the student replied, 'To gain its powers.''

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14. "What does parent mean?"

14. "What does parent mean?"

A third grader's homework was to define vocab words, and one of them was 'parent.' His definition: 'adults who own you'

15. "Asked for 3 different gasses"

15. "Asked for 3 different gasses"

List 3 different gasses:

Air

Farts

Gravity

16. "How would you build yourself a treehouse if you didn't have any wood?"

16. "How would you build yourself a treehouse if you didn't have any wood?"

My wife is a first grade teacher. They talked in class about recycling and so she assigned a writing prompt to them asking 'How would you build yourself a treehouse if you didn't have any wood?' She got a lot of creative answers from kids, but one little boy handed in a paper with one sentence written on it: 'I would buy some wood.'

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