Daily Joke: Teacher Asks a Student a Math Question

Rebelander Basilan
Oct 14, 2019
05:30 A.M.
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Children often crack the best jokes, without their knowing it. Here’s a hilarious exchange between a grade two Math teacher and her student.

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In the middle of her question on addition, the teacher asked one of her smartest students, “How old were you on your last birthday?”

The male student answered: “Seven.”

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“How old will you be on your next birthday?” she asked.

“Nine,” he said.

“That’s impossible!” she said in confusion.

The student said: “No, it isn’t. I’m eight today.”

Seems like the student is smarter than his teacher!

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Here’s an extra joke to keep you laughing…

To check whether they understood the idea of getting to heaven, a teacher was questioning the kids in her Sunday school class.

"On the off chance that I sold my home and my vehicle, had a major garage sale and gave all my cash to the church, would that get me into Heaven?" she asked them.

To which the children replied, "NO!"

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"If I cleaned the church consistently, mowed the yard, and kept everything neat and clean, would that get me into Heaven?"

Once more, the response was, "NO!"

Now the teacher was grinning. She believed that the children are getting it.

She asked, "Well then, if I was caring to animals and offered candy to all the children, and loved my husband, would that get me into Heaven?"

Again, they all replied, "NO!" 

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The teacher was bursting with pride for her class. She proceeded, "Well... then how can I get into Heaven?"

A five-year-old boy yelled out, "You gotta be dead." 

Here’s an additional joke that will crack you up again. 

A Sunday school teacher was giving her class the assignment for the following week. 

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"Next Sunday, we are going to discuss liars, and in preparation for our lesson, I want all of you to read the Seventeenth Chapter of Mark," she said.

At the start of the class meeting the next week, the teacher said, "Now then, every one of you who have prepared for the lesson by reading the Seventeenth Chapter of Mark, kindly step to the front of the room."

About a large portion of the class rose and came forward.

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"The rest of you may leave," said the teacher. "These students are the ones I need to converse with. There is no Seventeenth Chapter in the Book of Mark."

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