76 Cool Winter Jokes for Kids

Winter is nearly here and with it the calmness of snow flurries and cozy days by the fire … oh, who are we kidding? Winter excitement and chaos is what our students are about! Calm the excitement with some belly laughs and some of our favorite winter jokes for kids.

Our Favorite Winter Jokes for Kids

1. What did one snowman say to the other snowman?

What did one snowman say to the other snowman? “Can you smell carrot?”

“Can you smell carrot?”

2. What kind of ball doesn’t bounce?

What kind of ball doesn't bounce? A snowball!

A snowball.

3. What do snowmen eat for lunch?

What do snowmen eat for lunch? Icebergers.


4. What often falls at the North Pole but never gets hurt?

What often falls at the North Pole but never gets hurt? Snow.


5. What does a gingerbread man put on his bed?

What does a gingerbread man put on his bed? A cookie sheet!

A cookie sheet!

6. Why did the girl keep her trumpet out in the snow?

Why did the girl keep her trumpet out in the snow? She liked playing cool jazz.

She liked playing cool jazz.

7. What sort of cakes do snowmen like?

What sort of cakes do snowmen like? The ones with thick icing.

Any cake with lots of icing.

8. What do you get if

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Best Magazines for Kids to Share in Your Classroom

No matter how many awesome tech tools we find, we’ll always love a great print magazine. There are so many classroom uses, from adding variety to your classroom library to using excerpts for reading or writing mini-lessons, or to boost kids’ background knowledge about a topic. Whether you get a classroom subscription or stock up on back issues that fit your curriculum, we think these are some of the best magazines for kids to land in your mailbox.

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1. Highlights High Five (Ages 3–6)

Cover for Highlights High Five a an example of best magazines for kids

This is our top choice for the best magazine for pre-K and kindergarten kids. It has fun recurring features they can access independently—hooray for Hidden Pictures! There are also diverse short stories, poems for shared reading, and awesome how-to directions for projects

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15 Mathtastic Board Games To Make Learning Fun

Let’s face it, there are always going to be some students who complain that math is boring. Luckily, there are plenty of opportunities to put aside the worksheets and make it more exciting. Math board games are a fun way for kids to practice their math skills. They may not even realize they’re learning since they’ll be having such a good time playing. There are options for toddlers up to teens, and some games can even be customized to the players’ ages and ability levels. Whether your students are swatting flies, traveling through space, or making their way through a swamp, they will be practicing math concepts along the way with these great math board games!

1. Math Swatters!

A board game box is shown with a cartoon frog on it sticking it's tongue out. There are several flies, several fly swatters, and a spinner with numbers also shown (math board games)

We love how versatile this game is since there are a number of different ways to play including head-to-head or solo. Little friends will love getting their hands on one of

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Effects Of Malnutrition On Youngsters

Adult EducationTraditionally, we think of retirement as a nicely-deserved exit from the workforce to spend time touring, studying and stress-free. Laptop Based mostly Studying, generally abbreviated CBL, refers to the use of computer systems as a key component of the academic surroundings. While this could refer to the use of computers in a classroom, the term more broadly refers to a structured surroundings during which computer systems are used for educating functions. This is, an increasing number of, being utilized for house learning. The concept is usually seen as being distinct from the use of computer systems in ways the place learning is not less than a peripheral component of the experience (e.g. laptop games and internet browsing).

Choose Karen Thomas, who handles felony drug court in Campbell County, mentioned that her opiate-addict defendants have not failed therapy just a couple of times, they might have failed treatment upwards of 10 … Read more

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11 Ways To Reduce Creativity In Your Classroom

by TeachThought Staff

In an increasingly knowledge-based economy, where the daily tasks required in a large number of jobs require not repetitive button-pushing but independent and complex thinking, we are often exhorted to ‘be creative’ or ‘use some creativity.’

Which would be fine, if creativity were a little dance one could do on command like a well-trained circus seal. But, for better or worse, the act of creation contains a certain morsel of irreducible mystery. It’s intuitive and holistic, rather than analytical and linear (which is the gear we’re usually in when we’re struggling to get work done). It prospers under certain conditions and perishes under others.

Here are 11 factors that can reduce student creativity in your classroom.

10 Ways To Reduce Creativity In Your Classroom

1. Judgment

The No. 1 cause of death for good ideas is to be smothered in the cradle by repression. There are enough

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