With school getting back in session in many places, I thought now would be a good time for some jokes for teachers! Lord knows with all the stress of this coming year they will need a good laugh or two or two thousand! Whether you are teaching in person, online or both, I think you will like these classroom friendly jokes.
So, without all the usual dilly-dallying . . . here are the jokes.
Student: Is it okay to use a double negative?
Teacher: They are a big NO-NO.
Teacher: “Johnny, can you name two pronouns?” Student: “Who, me?”
Teacher: What’s the difference between a cat and a comma? Student: One has claws at the end of its paws. The other is a pause at the end of a clause.
Teacher: There’s a fine line between a numerator and a denominator.
Unfortunately, only a fraction of you will remember this.
Q: Why are teenagers always in groups of three?
A: Because they can’t even.
Q: What kind of snake is 3.14159 meters long?
A: A pi-thon.
A photon walks into a hotel and the bellman asks if he needs any help with his luggage.
The photon responds: “No thanks, I’m traveling light.”
I heard a rumor that Oxygen and Magnesium were dating.
I was like “OMg”
Q: Why are there barcodes on all the ships in Sweden?
A: So they can Scan-di-navy-in.
I always wondered what pencil Shakespeare wrote with? Was it 2B or not 2B?
Q: Who’s the King of every classroom?
A: The ruler.
I’m close friends with 25 letters of the alphabet … I don’t know Y.
Last but not least . . .
Last night my classroom was broken into and all of the dictionaries were stolen.
I’m at a loss for words.
For all my teacher friends dealing with online learning, this great video will really hit home. Be sure to subscribe to Bored Teachers on YouTube.