Several parents shared their children’s homework, that made them tilt their heads and call for help. Fortunately, some Reddit and Twitter users came to the rescue and shared their two cents.

The older one gets, the more complex educational work assigned to students gets. However, there are some instances where kids receive complicated homework.

When such instances arise, some parents seek the help of the online community to derive an answer for their little ones. Some of them are shared on the Reddit and Twitter platforms.

@AlexandraRucki pretty easy. And it's very much justified to ask these to a 10 years old. pic.twitter.com/uLBAIcrmTD

— Pragyan Pradhan (@PragyanAnsuman) June 14, 2016

**Grade 1 English**

A mom was puzzled by her first-grade son’s English homework, where he had to encircle the photos that had the same ending sound as a fish’s fin. However, the options available were far from the picture. The available choices included a hamburger bun, a frog, a jar lid, and a spoon.

Some Reddit users offered their thoughts to the clueless mom, stating that the ending sound did not necessarily have to rhyme with fin. Some answers included bun and spoon, which both ended with an “n.”

[Grade 1 English]

byu/RhinoG91 inHomeworkHelp

**Kindergarten School Work**

Kindergarten homework questions are usually easy to answer with an adult’s help. However, one parent couldn’t think of the three-letter word required to name the picture printed on the activity sheet. The picture included a rabbit with her bunnies playing.

Fortunately, a kind Reddit user thought of the best possible answer: pet. “These kinds of worksheets try to make the last one more difficult by switching the sound of the letter to the end of the word to try and throw the kid off,” the person said.

Son’s kindergarten school work. What 3-4 letter word is this??

byu/OllieSDdog inmildlyinfuriating

**Grade 3 Math Problem**

Math problems for elementary students are often easily computed with all the numbers given in the problem. However, a Grade 3 student had to solve the question, “Janell had 15 marbles. She lost some of them. How many does Janell have now?”

One Reddit user suggested that the answer was less than 15 but did not think it was a fair question for someone in the third grade. Other users believed that the student should answer in a similar manner as the question, such as “Janell lost her marbles.” Another user said, “She has some left.”

Belgrade: Google Street View vs actual street view

byu/Porodicnostablo ineurope

**A Six-Year-Old’s Homework**

While some educational problems for six-year-olds are visual, one student’s assignment was beyond the comprehension of her parents. On her activity sheet appeared a print of a paint splatter and several apples.

The question read, “How many apples could be covered by the paint. There cannot be more than 20.” Several Reddit users were also confused by the question, while one believed it was a riddle.

So confused at a 6 year old’s homework.

byu/FeelMyXerath inpics

**Grade 1 Math**

One Twitter user shared a Singaporean math problem for grade one students, and it seemed almost impossible to solve. However, one person solved the problem but tweaked the question a bit.

**Another Math Problem**

Another math question was posted on Twitter, leaving people confused. The question made students calculate the perimeter of a shape best on the calculations of another rectilinear shape.

One person replied to the post with a complicated answer and sarcastically said, “It’s very much justified to ask these to a [ten-year-old].”

Can you solve this maths question which has left pupils and parents scratching their heads?https://t.co/jmt1pbInNH

— Manchester News MEN (@MENnewsdesk) June 7, 2016

**Solving for X**

Math can sometimes be complicated but often has one solution. However, this one math problem was too complex for the Twitter world.

“An orchestra of 120 players takes 40 minutes to play Beethoven’s 9th Symphony. How long would it take for 60 players to play the symphony? Let P be the number of players and T the time playing,” the question read. While it may be too complex, one Twitter person replied:

“The math is irrelevant in the case of this Beethoven 9 problem. As a performer who has performed it many times, the speed of the symphony is NOT a function of the number of musicians performing it.”

That's not how this works. That's not how any of this works. pic.twitter.com/EdSSJInqEp

— Doug Mataconis (@dmataconis) October 9, 2017

Reddit is one of the online forums people go to for questions. Previously, Reddit users shared 10 Intriguing Items That Perplex Observers with Their Form and Function.