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Children's Jokes Part 2
For more written books on children's jokes, try the following:
More Clean Children's Jokes
Children understand the importance of humour as the key to healthfulness. Many children love creating their own jokes, others love to remember their favorite ones and tell them to family and friends over, and over, and over again. Here are some more favorites that can be shared with your children and their friends.
Share, laugh and be merry!
What did the porcupine say to the cactus?
“Are you my mommy?”
What dog keeps the best time?
A watch dog.
What did the water say to the boat?
“Nothing, it just waved.”
Why did the scientist put a door knocker on his door?
So he could win the Nobell prize.
What kind of ship never sinks?
What has four wheels and flies?
A garbage truck.
What kind of horses go out after dark?
What do you get when you cross an elephant and a fish?
Why do fluorescent lights hum?
Because they don’t know the words.
What do you get when you cross a sheep and a bug?
What fast food does sea monsters eat?
Fish and ships.
What do you get when you cross a balloon and a teacher?
A pop quiz.
Would you share these jokes with your children?
For more children's jokes, including knock knock jokes, read my other hubs at:
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