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    I woke myself up from a nap just to write that lol!

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    Glad I am not the only one who can't do their kids homework! My miss 10 gets these type of questions every week and I gotta ask Facebook, family and neighbours for the answers! Lol.

    Sincerely, dummy mummy!

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    OMG what year 4 kid would know the answer to these questions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fox View Post
    OMG what year 4 kid would know the answer to these questions?
    Totally crazy for year fours when a bunch of super smart mums such as ourselves can't even answer it!

    I'm a primary school teach n I reckon it's way OTT.. Logic is great but seriously as if a year 4 kid would have got the astronaut answer...

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    yeah its a bit much for yr 4, they are like 9 or something right. Hypothetical type thinking isn't something that kids are supposed to develop until 11-12yrs…unless i am missing something or over thinking these questions they seem strange for this age group.

    i really need to know the answer to the first one…

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    Yeah, that one is a hard one but my DD2 & DD3 are 8.5yrs and in Year 3 and they get those types of questions all the time as part of their homework grids. Our school has composite Year 3/4 classes and they all get the same homework except maths & spelling is to ability.

    My girls actually seem to get the answers themselves most of the time. Sometimes DD2 will read the question and know the answer almost straight away.

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    Lol, I think its so that the teacher can tell which kids parents do their homework for them.

    I love puzzles like this, and would have fun working this out with my kids, as a bit of a game, but even this one has stumped me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dannielle View Post
    Yeah, that one is a hard one but my DD2 & DD3 are 8.5yrs and in Year 3 and they get those types of questions all the time as part of their homework grids. Our school has composite Year 3/4 classes and they all get the same homework except maths & spelling is to ability.

    My girls actually seem to get the answers themselves most of the time. Sometimes DD2 will read the question and know the answer almost straight away.
    I think sometimes kids are better than adults at these questions because we tend to overthink them and miss the obvious answer, (like the fishmonger one).

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    Ok, I just asked the girls.

    I asked DD3 first and she has no idea. Then I asked DD1 and DD2 together and they both said almost straight away to just catch them.

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