This collection of very short jokes is sure to tickle your student’s funny bones! Students may or may not understand these one-line jokes at first, but the jokes offer a valuable opportunity for students to develop analytical thinking skills. Learning about sarcasm, juxtaposition, oxymoron, “plays on words,” and double entendre, can also help students develop stronger language skills, and hold a more sophisticated or humorous viewpoint of their world.
There is a collection for younger students, and one for older students. Instructions for using them to teach memorization, inflection, projection, comedic timing, and physical expression are also included!
Hedgehogs – why can’t they just share the hedge?
Did you hear about the kidnapping at school? It’s okay. He woke up.
There are 3 kinds of people: those who can count & those who can’t.
A lady with a clipboard stopped me in the street and said, ‘Can you spare a few minutes for cancer research?’ I said, ‘alright, but we’re not going to get much done.