6 Crazy Kids but the last one is the best one

Today we will talk about an amazing and different  approach of children. I’m going to discuss answers of 6 children; you may find these answers funny but think how creative answers children have. Let’s move towards first child


Question number 1: How old is your father?

Kid: He is 6 years old.

Teacher: What? How is this possible?

Kid: He became father only when I was born.

Question number 2:

Teacher: Amber, go to the map and find north America.

Amber: Here it is.

Teacher: Correct.Now, class, who discovered America?

Class: Amber

Question number 3:

Teacher: Glenn, how do you spell “crocodile”?

Glenn: K-R-O-K-O-D-I-A-L”

Teacher: No, that’s wrong.

Glenn: Maybe it is wrong, but you asked me how I spell it.

Question number 4:

Teacher: Donald, what is the chemical formula for water?

Donald: H-I-J-K-L-M-N-O.

Teacher: What are you talking about?

Donald: Yesterday you said it’s H TO O.

Question number 5:

Teacher: Clyde, your composition on “my dog” is exactly the same as your brother’s. Did you copy his?

Clyde: No, Sir; it’s the same dog.

Question number 6:

Teacher: Harold, what do you call a person who keeps on talking when people are no longer interested?

Harold: Teacher

Yeh! I know you’re laughing at the moment. But think about the logic behind these answers, are they illogical? Or you can say these are fool answers?

No, they have logic behind every answer but the important thing is they have different point of view and they haven’t copied anyone. They are creative that is another reason I really love children. baby-photographer-9

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45 thoughts on “6 Crazy Kids but the last one is the best one

  1. Love this. Reminds me of an incident that happened when my daughter was about three years old. I asked my in-laws to only speak Italian to her and they were happy to comply. We were all in the kitchen one day and my daughter was helping my mother-in-law make pizza. She was speaking to my daughter in Italian but my daughter was answering her in English. I listened to this go on and thought it was hopeless. When we got home I said to my daughter; “Melissa when grandma was talking to you in Italian did you understand what she was telling you”.
    “Then why didn’t you answer her in Italian”?
    She looked at me and said; “I did”.
    I learned a good lesson that day. :o)

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