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Kindergarteners Answer Questions About Their Moms & Their Responses Will Make You LOL

Left image shows a Kindergarten teacher introducing a TikTok slideshow. Right image shows a list of questions the students were asked about their moms (the teacher wrote their answers down).

Kindergarten is a magical year of “school.” It is a transition from preschool to a structured setting. The year is a building block to acclimate students to learning so they can move up to first grade and beyond. One of the tools used to help students open up is when the teacher asks questions and writes the student’s responses. Alesha Catherine did this exercise with her kindergarteners to prepare for Mother’s Day. The entire questionnaire included questions about mom’s favorite food, job, favorite color, what she is good at, what makes her happy, and more.

Image shows questions that were answered by Kindergartener's about their moms as they prepared for Mother's Day.
Image from TikTok.

The students provided some interesting answers. When people viewing the slideshow said the answers were fake, Alesha had to post an update explaining how the pages were compiled.


Replying to @Alesha Catherine I wrote them🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️

♬ original sound – Alesha Catherine

According to these kindergarteners, their mother’s ages range from one to 31 hundred years old. The 4- and 5-year-old students do not know their moms’ age. And that’s just fine. They’re kids and don’t need to worry about that. The answers were hilarious.

Image shows the answers for age and job from a Kindergarten questionnaire about their moms.
Image shows the answers for age and job from a Kindergarten questionnaire about their moms.
Image shows the answers for age and job from a Kindergarten questionnaire about their moms.
Images from TikTok.

Kids are notorious for saying anything that pops into their head. It is no surprise that some of the answers on these kindergarteners’ Mother’s Day questionnaires are slightly askew. Overall, the reigning thought after reading all the responses was how cute these kids can be. Almost every child conveyed feelings of love, care, and comfort within their answers.

Image shows a portion of a questionnaire for kindergarteners about their moms.
Image from TikTok.

I remember a similar questionaire when my own daughter was in kindergarten. Teachers have been doing this in classrooms for many years. The answers never get old. Every child brings a refreshing view to the routine questions. We should celebrate the uniqueness of each one.

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