Posted: Friday, October 18th, 2013
Illustration by Corey Fields
At a recent staff meeting, a few of us class clowns started telling our favorite jokes for kids. We wanted to share the best ones, because let’s face it: laughter is a learning power tool. It staves off boredom, helps calm test anxiety, and can be a great ice-breaker when kids get frustrated. So next time you need “a good one”, rattle off one of one of these jokes for kids from your friends at Education.com:
Do trains have teeth?
Well, then, how do they choo?
What did Sushi A say to Sushi B?
What’s brown and sticky?
How many apples grow on a tree?
All of them.
Two atoms are walking down the street together. The first atom turns and says, “Hey! You just stole an electron from me!”
“Are you sure?” asks the second atom.
The first atom replies, “Yeah, I’m positive!”
What did one snowman say to the other?
“Do you smell carrots?”
What building has the most stories?
What’s a pirate’s girlfriend’s name?
Lettuce in! It’s cold out here!
Will you remember me in a year?
Will you remember me in a month?
Will you remember me in a week?
Will you remember me in a minute?
Will you remember me in a second?
YOU ALREADY FORGOT ME?
What’s a cow’s favorite date?
Why did the ghost go to the opera house?
He loved classical boo-sic.
Where does a king keep his armies?
In his sleevies!
How much do pirates pay for their earrings?
What did the magician say when he lost his rabbit?
Hare today, gone tomorrow.