The Best Teacher Jokes Ever
Students of all ages sometimes get bored in class and when that happens, you can lose their attention fast. Inserting jokes into your course material is a fun way to keep students paying attention and your ability to be funny can help your class relate to you and enjoy spending time in your class too. You want appropriate jokes that are funny enough to get everyone laughing, but not so funny that you can't reign things back in when it's time to get back to the coursework. Try any of these jokes and you'll easily be the best teacher in the school.
Question and Answer
Q: Why were the teacher's eyes crossed? A: She couldn't control her pupils! Q: Why did the teacher go to the beach? A: To test the water. Q: Why did the teacher wear sunglasses? A: Because his class was so bright! Q: What is a math teacher's favourite sum? A: Summer Q: Where do door makers get their education? A: The school of hard knocks. Teacher: Why are you doing your multiplication on the floor? Student: Because you said I have to do it without tables. Q: Why are the Middle Ages also called the Dark Ages? A: Because there were so many knights. Q: How is an English teacher like a judge? A: They both give out sentences. Q: Why did the teacher turn the lights on? A: Because his class was so dim. Q: 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: What is the difference between a cat and a comma? A: One has claws at the end of its paws and the other is the pause at the end of a clause. Q: How do you comfort a grammar teacher? A: Say, their, they're, there. Q: What's a teacher's favourite nation? A: Expla-nation Q: Why didn't the quarter roll down the hill with the nickel? A: Because it had more cents. Q: Why didn't the skeleton go to the school dance? A: Because he didn't have any body to take. Q: Why is a math book always so unhappy? A: Because it has so many problems. Q: What is a chalkboard's favourite drink? A: Hot chalk-o-late. Q: What do you call a music teacher with problems? A: A trebled man.
Knock Knock Jokes
Knock knock. Who's there? Math book? Math book who? You've got a lot of problems! Knock knock. Who's there? Broken pencil. Broken pencil who? Oh never mind. It's pointless.
As you can see, there are a lot of hilarious jokes that will entertain students of all ages. Use your jokes sparingly so that when you break one out, it really gets the attention of your class. That way you can relieve some tension or take a short break from an intense topic and you and your class will both be ready to get back to business once you all get done laughing. Jokes can be just the thing that will turn your class from being boring into being everyone's favourite.