A Year 5 teacher was giving her Primary pupils a lesson in developing logical thinking.
“This is the scene,” said the teacher.
“A man is standing up in a boat in the middle of a river, fishing. He loses his balance, falls in, and begins splashing and yelling for help.
His wife hears the commotion, knows he can’t swim, and runs down to the bank. Why do you think she ran to the bank?”
A little girl raised her hand and asked, “To draw out all his savings?”
Professor: How was my class today?
Student: It had a happy ending sir. Everyone was happy that it ended.
The professor asks the student:
“Can you tell me how much is an eight of a third?”
“I can’t exactly tell, but it can’t be that much!”
Little Johnny was watching a baseball game the other day and asked “Daddy, if winning isn’t the be all and end all as you have taught me, then why does anyone bother keeping score?”.
The teacher asked the class “Does anyone know who built the vessel where animals went in two by two?”.
Little Johnny raised his hand and said “I can’t remember his name but I know he was an architect.
Dad: Why have your marks gone down very low in this exam son?
Son: Because they change my friend Jack to the next classroom.
Math Teacher: Can anyone tell me the number of sides in a rectangular box?
Student: Two sides miss, inside and outside.
As I frantically waved away a pesky fly with a white dishtowel, my granddaughter observed, “Maybe he thinks you’re surrendering.”
A little boy and a girl went to their teacher and asked innocently: “Teacher, teacher, is it possible to have our own children at our age?”
Teacher: “No children, it is not possible.”
Little boy to the little girl: “See, I told you. There is nothing to worry about.”
Substitute Teacher: Are you chewing gum?
Billy: No, I’m Billy Anderson.