Contributed by Bri DeRosa
Keep a Family Joke Jar handy for nights when the dinner table could use some humor! Let each member of the family write favorite jokes on slips of paper and put them into an empty mason jar, jelly jar or can. When you think a good joke or two might lift everyone’s spirits, bring the jar to the table and take turns drawing slips and telling the jokes.
Need help getting started? Here are some favorite jokes from kids we know:
Why did the chicken cross the plate? To become the winner, winner, chicken dinner!
Why didn’t the skeleton cross the road? Because he didn’t have the guts!
What’s a cow’s favorite movie? The Sound of Moo-sic!