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21 Things Kids These Days Are Learning In School... Sort Of

09/06/2013 12:19 pm ET | Updated Jul 14, 2016

Where utter frankness, unintentional profanity and pure amusement are concerned, these students clearly deserve an A+.

Here's what kids today are learning about in school, according to their cute kid notes:

Math
Author: Matthew, age 8

cute kid note of the day word problem

American History
Author: Noah, age 6
Translation: "My three American heroes are John Denver, Sacagawea, and Gotye."

megan stanish

Science
Author: Elijah, age 7

christine lee not for reuse

Rhymes
Author: Ascha, age 5

cute kid note of the day

Following Directions
Author: Forrest, age 6

dawn breyfogle notforreuse

Care And Keeping Of Pets
Author: Kai, second grade

jen wegner notforreuse

Art
Author: Nissa, age 4
Translation: "My masterpiece"

kelly bailey

The Natural World
Author: Dylan, age 6
Mom writes: "His teacher makes the kids sound out the words on their own, and did so on this day as well... until she saw how my son spelled snakes."

valerie webb

Religion
Author: Auron, age 6

i am god

Geography
Author: Ryleigh, age 8

places that i have been to

Finance
Author: Frankie, age 6

Comparative Literature
Author: Dash, age 5

gargoyle

Human(e) Error
Author: Unknown

Humility
Author: Wyatt, age 3

lindsey stock

Priorities
Author: Nicholas, age 9

nicholas math homework

Biology
Author: Ryan, age 5
Pictured: A mandrill, as seen on a family trip to the zoo

ryan kid note

Spelling
Author: Ryan, age 5
Pictured: Mandrill, take 2

ryan kid note 2

Internet Memes
Author: Chase, age 8
Mom writes: "[Chase's] teacher, apparently unfamiliar with the vicious predator nature of the honey badger or the popular internet meme, marked him off for [this] with a question mark :)"

anna petersen

Sports
Author: Ella, age 6

basketball

Wisdom
Author: Unknown

Gratitude
Author: Sadie, age 8

cute kid note of the day happy things

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