There's always one kid who comes into class with pristine projects and posters that look like they were constructed by a professional miniature solar system designer specializing in fifth grade. Presentations with advanced video and sound editing for a third grade history project, posters with typed captions backed with glitter cursive and 3D examples, and elementary school book reports that go above and beyond the standard "Hi! My name is Dylan and I'm going to tell you about my favorite book" are a red flag for teachers.
Helping kids with their schoolwork is very different from letting them play video games while you construct a 4-story building out of cake. In order for kids to learn they have to do the work themselves. So, when a recent Reddit user asked, "Teachers of reddit, what was the most obvious, "your parents clearly did the assignment"? teachers were ready to share the projects that stuck out.