How do you handle material that is out of date, inaccurate, vague or sloppy?
Example - astronomy, one of kids' typically favourite subjects, is evolving so fast. How many planets ? How many dwarf planets? Why even put such questions when the answers keep changing and even the definitions? What is the point? Why not stick to features of the planets, how they are formed, spin, length of day, etc. But we will find some interesting workbook or online activity related to planets and dd is eager to do it but if they include a question like this then she rejects the entire book / website. One book (Brain Quest) had a question ' name the two planets with rings' - whereas Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are all gas planets and therefore al have rings (she informed me). She started writing a letter to the author, which thought was a good thing but then she did not finish the letter and lost interest in the book which actually has 13 chapters covering reading, writing, math, social, etc. Not just astronomy!
We run into this quite a bit with reading comprehension worksheets too - dd typically finds something off about the way a question is worded.
I could entirely skip all such worksheets but they are easy ways to produce written material for the county review. And dd is not much into writing long answers to open-ended questions, so having her write her own reports would not be an option at least not at this point.