Helping your kid with homework is bit of a roller coaster, wavering between occupying thoughts of “I’m growing dumber with age” and “hopefully this kid can become a pro athlete.” Here’s a batch of funny tweets about kid’s homework to make you feel better about that one time you launched into a impassioned tirade in front of your kid about Pluto no longer being a planet.
Make sure they show their work/thanklessness.
98% of helping children with their homework is yelling STOP GIVING ME ATTITUDE YOU’RE THE ONE WHO ASKED FOR MY HELP
— Rodney Lacroix (@moooooog35) March 26, 2018
Sometimes you have to outsource.
Store clerk: May I help you?
Me: I hope so. Sweetie go get your math homework, this nice woman is going to help us.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) March 13, 2018
Self-awareness is important.
I tried to slow cook a pot roast this morning by plugging in the toaster, but sure son, let me help you with your math homework.
— Sara Says Stop (@PetrickSara) February 16, 2018
Adding fractions turns you into Joe Pesci.
Helping your kids with their math homework is a good way to teach them about math and swear words.
— MyQuestionableLife (@2questionable) February 7, 2018
Take a drink for every science term you’re unfamiliar with.
“I need a beer, you want one?”
– me helping my son with his homework
— Josh (@iwearaonesie) December 8, 2017
Be sure to dad-joke your own stupidity.
KID (doing math homework): How do I solve question 12?
ME: The short answer is I don’t know.
KID: What’s the long answer?
ME: IIIIIIII dooooooon’t knoooooooow.
— Ray (@SirEviscerate) February 22, 2018
The times they are a changin’.
I have no problem helping my 8 year old with homework cause I remember all this stuff from when I did it in high school
— zack (@Mr_Kapowski) March 7, 2017
Your kid’s art teacher hates you.
What the teacher says: complete this craft project for homework
What my daughter hears: cover your entire life in glitter. pic.twitter.com/lRAIhqNxR9
— Sara Says Stop (@PetrickSara) November 11, 2016