Grandma found out the winter vacation homework network 69 years ago and was shocked: it is a big family | International | CTWANT

A woman in Jiamusi City, Heilongjiang Province saw her grandma’s winter homework 69 years ago. (Picture / flip from Weibo)

Students must love and hate winter vacation and summer vacation. Although they can have vacations, teachers will always give a lot of homework, which is a headache. A woman in Jiamusi City, Heilongjiang Province, China, shared her grandmother’s primary school winter vacation homework in 1954, 69 years ago, which aroused heated discussions.

According to the “Wheat Ear Video” report, when Ms. Feng returned home for the New Year recently, she complained about her father’s ugly handwriting. As a result, her grandmother showed her family homework for the winter vacation kept in the cabinet. The three test papers were from 1954, including mathematics, geography, For subjects such as history, she felt very novel when she saw her grandma’s homework in elementary school during the winter vacation.

Ms. Feng pointed out that her grandma took good care of her belongings, and there were still many old items at home. When she found this grandma, she just casually said: “This is her homework for winter vacation when she was a child”, but it was unprecedented for her. , can be said to be “antique”.

Winter homework has been preserved since 1954. (Picture / flip from Weibo)

As soon as the news came out, there was an enthusiastic response. Netizens exclaimed: “Grandma must be encouraged”, “Winter vacation homework has a long history”, “My God, grandma is amazing!”, “This is really a cultural relic”, ” Some things have to be kept, and after a few decades, they will be very precious.”

In addition, many people said that those who could go to elementary school at that time must have a good family financial situation. The ones are rich people”, “Children of wealthy families”, “I also want to record this, but my grandma was really poor in those days and couldn’t afford to go to school”.

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