I’ve packed a bazillion school lunches. But I don’t dread it because it’s how I connect with my budding chemists in the middle of the day. Other days they are budding authors. Other days they are budding archaeologists. I used to send a sticky note with sweet and uplifting words like, “I love your laugh.” “I love your ideas.” “Even Einstein’s mom asked him to pick his dirty clothes off the floor.”
Now I have three kids in school (PreK, K, & 2). They all have different interests.
Enter Printable Lunchbox Jokes.
I don’t have time every morning for a sweet note – so printable jokes are a life saver. I can find jokes and silly messages for scientists, Star Wars fanatics, and soccer lovers. We talk about the joke after school and we laugh. And laugh. And then I make sure they pick up their stinky socks.
Kids are so much fun. Jokes are great. Embrace the cheesiness. Too soon they will be too big to cackle at puns.
Here are some fabulously clever jokes that will have your kids smiling at lunch.
Any Star Wars fans at your house? These are perfectly designed and super clever. Over at Kristen Duke Photography you can find also Frozen jokes!
I love these jokes from All The Boys. They are easy enough to read for a beginning reader – but still clever for older kids, too.
Big test day? New school? Try these encouraging messages from Lil’ Luna.
I caught myself laughing out loud at, “What color is a burp?” Perfect for all kids who laugh at bodily functions. Find these over at Cap Creations.
Do you have sport lovers? They will love these jokes from Seven Thirty Three.
And finally – because we all love food themed jokes the most – here are some funny ones from Love Bakes Good Cakes.
Hey there! I’m Alli from Don’t Panic Mom. I live in the Middle of Nowhere with four kiddos and one Hunky Husband. I love to make sense of healthy living with the reality of a tight budget and hungry kids. Want more healthy hacks for modern moms? Follow me on Facebook.
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