It means a lot to both the parents and the teachers for their young students to do well and succeed in school. However, there are some students out there that definitely have a creative side when it comes to not knowing the answer for certain test questions. We wish we had this kind of creativity as kids!

Check out these hilarious photos of actual test and homework answers given by young students. We can’t believe some of these are real!

One Reddit user says that he found these answers mixed in with old school papers. “Apparently even 7 year old me was a smart ass,” he says.

Another Reddit who happens to be a teacher couldn’t help but share this hilarious test answer. “I was marking my students tests and one did this,” they explained. Also, it’s worth noting that several people in the comments section of Reddit were trying to figure out the actual answer to this math question.

When in doubt… just draw a sad version of yourself thinking about the answer, as the actual answer. (But actually, how do you prove that Peter has more money than Anne? Clearly, $4 is more than 30 cents…)

I think my favorite answer-question combination in this one is “How can you lift an elephant with one hand?” Answer: “You can never lift an elephant that has 1 hand.” Absolutely brilliant.

One teacher posted this photo on Reddit and couldn’t help but get a massive kick out of it. “My students really know how to make me laugh,” they said. At least this student got a +1 out of the available +5 points!

I regret not putting this as an answer on one of my tests when I was younger. Perfect opportunity. A parent posted this on Reddit with the caption, “My six year old got the answer wrong, but I think she’s right…”

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Fyllis says

When I was in grade school, we were learning fractions. My math teacher thought he was ingenious when he brought a steak to class and began cutting it into pieces. With the first cut, he presented two pieces and asked what the fraction was. The answer was 1/2. He continued to cut each piece in half as he asked what the fractions were… 1/4, 1/8, 1/6, 1/32, 1/64, etc. By the time he got to me, he had cut the steak multiple times over. Nevertheless, as he held up the plate he said, “I have cut each piece 27 times. What do I have?” I couldn’t believe he expected me to give an answer. I suck at math and was completely dumbfounded, and the first thing that came to mind (and which came out of my mouth) was

“Ground beef!”judy mclaren says

It was the last day for my 16 year old grandson, Cody, to give his report. His teacher set her timer and told him that the speech had to be 4 minutes long! He talked for a minute then looked at his class mates and said, “Now I want all of you to take 3 minutes to think about what I just said!” Then he sat down!