Crack Yourself Up Jokes for Kids #ourgoodlifebooklist

I am a retired educator.  I spent 15 years in the classroom and 14 as a school administrator.  I have to say, my time in the classroom was a complete joy for me.  I loved working with children directly, having conversations about their learning, hopes and dreams, and how they navigated life.

I am fortunate that I have former students that are now classroom teachers themselves.  One of them, Madeline, sent out a request that we adopt one of her students and send a positive note for their school year, telling them how important education is and that we are sending positive thoughts (mine in the form of prayer) to them every day.

Well, I jumped on that bandwagon and started putting together a small box of goodies for my student (a boy.)  I included the book Crack Yourself Up Jokes for Kids by Sandy Silverthorne.  Why?  Because I remember as a teacher that sometimes it was hard to get boys to read. I am hoping this third grade boy finds this book as funny as I did!

Stock full of one liners, knock knock jokes, puns, this book will provide endless laughs for his classmates and teachers.  Madeline, let him read a joke a day.  I'm sure Sandy would approve!

So what's in my box?

Oversized clips with pizza on them!
Crack Yourself Up Jokes for Kids
A Heart Rock
A blank notebook
My favorite pencils of all time
Page flags
And a Missouri Tiger hang tag!

Do you think he will like his box?  I'm thinking he will, and that the book will be his favorite!

I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review.  All words are my very own!
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Terri Steffes
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