Kid-Friendly Jokes and Tongue Twisters
Let laughter lighten the mood in your classroom this April Fool’s Day. It is a perfect opportunity to share some kid-friendly jokes and tongue twisters while making fun a top priority. Plan ahead to have students create joke books, funny greeting cards, or hold a tongue twister contest. Use the jokes and tongue twisters below to get you started.
Q: What did the mayonaise say when the refrigerator door was opened?
A: Close the door! I’m dressing!
Q: What do you call a shoe made from a banana?
A: A slipper.
Q: What did the apple tree say to the farmer?
A: Stop picking on me!
Q: Why is there a fence around cemeteries?
A: Because people are just dying to get in.
Q: Where do cows go on the weekend?
A: To the moooovies.
Q: Why did the pony get detention?
A: Because he was horsing around.
Q: What lights up a stadium?
A: A soccer match!
Q: What’s bigger than an elephant, but doesn’t weigh anything?
A: His shadow.
Q: Why did the teacher have to wear sunglasses in class?
A: Because her students were so bright.
Q: Which bus crossed the ocean?
Sam saw six seagulls.
Bumblebees buzzed Belinda.
Which witch was which?
Ten tired turtles Tango-ed.
Spring flowers have sprung.
Cops catch crafty criminals.
Sue swims slowly on Sundays.
Lyn loves limes and lemons.
Penny paid a penny for a pumpkin.
Music makes Mel move.
What are some of your favorite jokes and tongue twisters? Share them with us below!
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