Daily Joke: A Kindergarten Class Was Given a Homework
Humor often comes from a child’s innocence, which is why kindergarten classroom stories are among the best places where jokes are born.
On the second week of kindergarten class, the teacher gave a homework assignment where the kids had to pick something exciting and share it with the class the following day.
When it was time to present their homework the following day, the teacher called on a little boy from the set of pupils.
He walked up in front of the class, got the piece of chalk, and drew a small white dot in the middle of the blackboard before returning to his seat.
The teacher, puzzled, asked the little boy what he drew. “It’s a period,” he said. The teacher paused for a moment and replied, “I can see that. But what is so exciting about a period?”
“Darned if I know,” the little boy said. “But yesterday my sister was missing one, Mom fainted, Dad had a heart attack, and the boy next door joined the navy.”
In a different Sunday school class, a teacher asked her preschoolers about getting to Heaven. “If I sold my house, my car, had a big garage sale, and gave all my money to church, would I get into Heaven?”
The children in class unanimously replied, “No!” The teacher then asked again, “If I cleaned the church every day, mowed the yard, and kept everything neat and tidy, would I get into Heaven?”
Again, all the kids in the class responded, “No!” Finally, the teacher asked her pupils how she can enter the gates of Heaven. A five-year-old boy then blurted:
“You gotta be dead!”
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