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Category Archives: Jokes About Kids
Being a first grade teacher can be very amusing. It’s especially entertaining to hear how they describe what’s going on in the family. For instance, when Harry told be that his mom was having a baby, he was glowing! He was so excited that he reminded me about it every day. Suddenly, one day, he didn’t mention a word about it. Out of my concern I questioned him why. “Well”, he replied, “last night my mom told me that I can feel the baby moving in her stomach, I’m afraid she must have eaten it!”
“Mom, I just knocked over the ladder in the backyard!”
“Oh, well tell your Daddy.”
“He knows. He’s hanging from the roof.”
Kid to Teacher:
Well I was watching my dog so he wouldn’t eat my homework….but then my hamster went and shredded it for his nest.
A man is walking down the street. He sees a small child trying to ring a doorbell. The doorbell is too high for him to reach. He asks the boy if he would like some help.
The boy says yes.
The man walks over and rings the doorbell. He asks the boy,
“Is there anything else I can do for you?”
The boy responses, “Yes, run like hell!”
Funny conversation overheard between two little girls
Little Girl to Friend: “Boys only want one thing.”
Parent (thinking): “Oh know, the end of the age of innocence.”
Friend: “What’s that?”
Little Girl to Friend: “Video Games!”
Overheard at a bookstore
Son: “Dad, does it really tell you how?”
Father: “How what?”
Son: “How to Kill A Mockingbird.”
It’s Christmas morning and five-year old John has finished opening his gifts.
Unfortunately for John he has received lots of clothes and not as many toys as he was anticipating.
“John, where are you going?” His mother asks.
“Upstairs to my room,” he answers dejectedly, “to play with my new scarf.”
Joan, a third grade teacher was speaking privately with one of her students at their desk.
It soon became obvious that the boy in the next desk was listening to the private conversation.
“Do you know what ‘mind your own business means’?” She asked him sarcastically.
From across the room a boy shouted, “I do! I do!”