Q: Why did the teacher wear sunglasses?A: Because his class was so bright!Q: Why were the teacher”s eyes crossed?A: She couldn”t control her pupils!Q: Teacher: Didn”t I tell you to stand at the end of the line?A: Student: I tried but there was someone already there!Q: How is an English teacher like a judge?A: They both give out sentences.Q: Teacher: You missed school yesterday, didn”t you?A: Student: Not really.Q: Why did the teacher go to the beach?A: To test the water.Q: Teacher: If I had 6 oranges in one hand and 7 apples in the other, what would I have?A: Student: Big hands!
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Q: Teacher: If you got $20 from 5 people, what do you get?A: Student: A new bike.Q: Teacher: I hope I didn”t see you looking at John”s exam?A: Student: I hope you didn”t either.Q: Teacher: What is the shortest month?A: Student: May, it only has three letters.Q: Teacher: Answer my question at once. What is 7 plus 2?A: Student: At once!Q: Why did closing her eyes remind the teacher of her classroom?A: Because there were no pupils to see.Q: Why did the teacher turn the lights on?A: Because her class was so dim.Q: What do you do if a teacher rolls her eyes at you?A: Pick them up and roll them backQ: What did the ghost teacher say to the class?A: Look at the board and I will go through it again.Q: Why did the teacher write on the window?A: Because she wanted the lesson to be very clear!
Q: Teacher: Give a a sentence beginning with “I”.A: Student: I is….Q: Teacher: Stop there, you need to begin with “I am”.A: Student: Okay…I am the ninth letter of the alphabet.Check out these special School joke categories for more school jokes for kids:
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