I mean the kid isn’t wrong



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  1. Here is a teacher. Each idea had a genuine personal relation for this child. I’m certain that this kid can remember solids, liquids, and gases better than the majority of his classmates!

  2. Those are the exact examples I use while teaching Grade 2 students about states of matter. We do have to have a conversation about what counts as strong poo, but it makes them remember and we have a few laughs in the process!

  3. My son received a detention as a result of his behavior. They had been told ahead of time that farting was not an appropriate answer, according to the teacher’s note on his sheet.

  4. You will not be teaching my children if you are the kind of teacher who tags this incorrectly. If I have to, I’ll have to return to homeschooling.

  5. Oh my god. I’m hoping my son’s teacher saw this and shared it. This was my sad, dad joke attempt at explaining the states of matter that we just went through last night for homework. My wife was not pleased by this. My six-year-old thought I was the world’s funniest mother fucker. Kids are fantastic.

  6. Those are the exact examples I use while teaching Grade 2 students about states of matter. We may have to discuss the types of poo qualify as solids, but it helps them remember and we have a few laughs in the process!
    Editing: wording

  7. Here is a teacher. This would absolutely make my day. That teacher is a jerk for not accepting “fart” as an acceptable response. It’s accurate, it’s funny, and it’s something that everyone does.

  8. I’m guessing this kid is around 7 or 8 years old. His replies are correct, and I despise the fact that we tell small children to be reasonable. The teacher should be pleased that he comprehended the task.

  9. Not only is the answer right, but it also shows that the child comprehends the concept rather than simply repeating what they’ve been told.

  10. Farts follow the heisenberg uncertainty theory, which states that you can’t know for sure how much liquid is in them before you weigh them.

  11. Steam is technically a vapor rather than a gas, but unlike oxygen and nitrogen, steam readily condenses into a liquid under normal conditions. As a result, fart is more accurate than steam.

  12. Definitely a Libra child. You’ll notice that they also wrote “decent” replies, but they used clever assery to make their point.

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