Lunch Box Fun: Jokes!

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I don’t know about you — but as the mother of a first grader, I like to mess with her lunch.
I put all the cool, healthy stuff in it and then, something else:

  • It could be a love note.
  • It could be a goofy ring.
  • It could be something seasonal.
  • It could be a joke that she gets to share at the lunch table, with her friends.

I just planned out my lunch jokes through the end of this year — they are printed, folded up and sealed with a sticker – all ready to pop into the lunch bag before sending her off to school in the morning.
(OK, my assistant did that part, but I got the stuff ready for her…….)
Here is a sampling of jokes that went into the stash for this round – all very giggle-able!

**Keep in mind that my daughter reads VERY well for a 6 year old… 

Why did the chicken cross the playground? -To get to the other slide.


What do you call a pig that knows karate? A pork chop!

Why do bees have sticky hair?Because they use honeycombs.
What does a robot frog say? -Rib-bot. (Said in your best robot voice)

How did the barber win the race? -He knew a short cut
Knock, knock. -Who’s there?  Boo. Boo who? Please don’t cry. It’s only a joke.
Knock, knock. Who’s there?  Nobody. Nobody who?  (Stay silent)

Knock, knock.  Who’s there? Cows say. Cows say who? No silly, cows say moo!

Knock, knock.  -Who’s there?  Owls say.  Owls say who?  Yep.

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Smell mop.Smell mop who?

(Say it aloud, if you don’t get it…trust me. First graders will get it and find it hilarious!)


What do YOU do to help make lunch time more special for your kiddos?