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Ridiculously Funny School Jokes


Being a mom comes with ups and downs, but being a fun mom is good for both you and your kiddos. Surely, you remember the days when you had a good sense of humor, right? Lighten up with these ridiculously funny school jokes, or add one in a note inside your kid’s lunch box this school year.

  1. Knock! Knock!
    Who’s there?
    Teddy!
    Teddy who?
    Teddy (today) is the first day of school!
  2. Why does our teacher wear sunglasses?
    Because kids in her class (we) are so bright!
  3. Why would a music teacher need a ladder?
    To reach the high notes.
  4. What did you learn in school today, son?
    Not enough, dad. I have to go back tomorrow.
  5. What food do math teachers eat?
    Square meals!
  6. How do you get straight As?
    By using a ruler!
  7. Why are you late for class, Peter?
    Because of the sign on the road?
    What sign, Peter?
    School Ahead. Go slow!
  8. What’s big and yellow that comes every morning to brighten your mom’s day?
    A school bus.
  9. Knock, Knock!
    Who’s there?
    Jess!
    Jess Who?
    Jess (just) wait until I tell you about my first day back to school!
  10. Why didn’t the sun go to college?
    Because it already had a million degrees!
  11. Do you know how bees get to school?
    On the school buzz!
  12. What was the first thing you learned in class today, son?
    How to talk without moving lips, mom.
  13. Mom, I got a 100 in school today!
    Really? That’s awesome! What subject?
    60 in math and 40 in spelling.
  14. What kind of school do you go to if you're a surfer? 
    Boarding school.
  15. If you had 19 oranges, 11 strawberries, 5 apples, and 9 bananas, what would you have?
    A yummy fruit salad.
  16. What's the difference between a teacher and a train?
    A teacher says, “Spit out that gum” and the train says, “Chew! Chew!”
  17. Luke: Teacher, would you punish me for something I didn't do?
    Teacher: Of course not.
    Luke: Good, because I didn't do my homework.
  18. Teacher: Andrew, where is your homework?
    Andrew: I ate it.
    Teacher: Why?!
    Andrew: You said it was piece of cake!
  19. Knock Knock
    Who’s there?
    B-4!
    B-4 who?
    B-4 you go to school, do your homework!
  20. If sleep is really good for the brain, then why is it not permitted in school?
  21. Knock, knock!
    Who’s There?
    Anita.
    Anita who?
    Anita to borrow a pencil!
  22. Knock, knock!
    Who’s there?
    Arthur.
    Arthur who?
    Arthur any sweets in your pocket?
  23. Knock, knock!
    Who's there?
    B-2.
    B-2 who?
    B-2 school on time!
  24. Knock, knock!
    Who's there?
    Canoe.
    Canoe who?
    Canoe help me with my homework?
  25. Knock, knock!
    Who’s there?
    Do
    Do who?
    Do your homework!
  26. Knock, knock!
    Who’s there?
    Justin.
    Justin who?
    Justin time for school!
  27. Knock, knock!
    Who's there?
    Orange.
    Orange who?
    Orange you glad there is no school on Saturday?
  28. Knock, knock!
    Who's there?
    Rita.
    Rita who?
    Rita book, you might learn something!
  29. Knock, knock!
    Who's there?
    Spell.
    Spell who?
    W-H-O
  30. Knock, knock!
    Who’s there?
    Warren.
    Warren who?
    Warren you in this same class last year?

Want to add to the fun? Tell us some of your favorite kid-friendly jokes! We know these are silly, but also ridiculously funny.

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01 Aug 2018


By BRPM Staff

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