KINDERGARTEN HOMEWORK BAFFLES INTERNET

There’s the battle of getting them seated and focused, and then there’s the additional chore of trying to understand the material. And, really, is it that hard to come up with other words that start with “t” and “k”? The answers are “kin” and “Ken. But then look at that last image and you’ll feel completely at a loss. And don’t even get me started on “Ken. According to Redbook , Royce wrote to the teacher, who said she’ll be writing to the book publisher about these pictures.

I’m sorry, but how many kindergartners have the word “kin” in their vocabulary? Winnick told the Huffington Post she turned to the Internet after she and her child couldn’t come up with an answer. The answers are “kin” and “Ken. According to Redbook , Royce wrote to the teacher, who said she’ll be writing to the book publisher about these pictures. And don’t even get me started on “Ken. No, we don’t think so either. Unfortunately, this isn’t an isolated incident.

This Kindergartner’s Homework Baffles Mom (& the Entire Internet)

That challenge is real for both kids and parents — especially when the assignments are insanely tricky. I’m sorry, but how many kindergartners have the word “kin” in their vocabulary? No, we don’t think so either.

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Winnick told the Huffington Post she turned to the Internet after she and her child couldn’t come up with an answer. According to Winnick’s daughter’s teacher, baffled answer the assignment was going for was “vet.

Everyone loves a riddle, right? That’s good news, because no other students and their parents should have to waste time trying to guess at these.

When you’re a busy parent who sits down to help the kids with homework, this is the last thing you need to deal with.

And, really, is it that hard to come up with other words that start with “t” and “k”? Unfortunately, this isn’t an isolated incident.

This Kindergartner’s Homework Is Confusing the Internet | CafeMom

Take a look at this doozy of an assignment, in which students are working on tracing and sounding out the letter “t. The answers are “kin” and “Ken. Robin Winnick Helping kids with homework can be a frustrating endeavor. Royce Winnick Okay, we’ll save you the trouble, because there’s no way anyone would be able to guess these last two. And don’t even get me started on homweork. Well, these assignments will have you scratching your head all afternoon, which is why New York mom Royce Winnick took to the Internet to see if maybe she was missing something.

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Royce Winnick More from CafeMom: When your assignment stumps your mom and dad, sure, you might enjoy a giggle, but your in-school learning certainly isn’t being reinforced.

kindergarten homework baffles internet

But then look at that last image and you’ll feel completely at a loss. So what’s the right answer? There’s the battle of getting them seated and focused, and then there’s the additional chore of trying to understand the material. Also, how does this strange material make kids excited about learning? Because, seriously, after “tub,” “ten,” and “top,” you don’t expect “rabbits,” right?

kindergarten homework baffles internet

According to RedbookRoyce wrote to the teacher, who said she’ll be writing to the book publisher about these pictures. Liz Alterman April 24, at 2: