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A collection of jokes about school.
A collection of jokes about animals.
A collection of knock-knock jokes.
A collection of jokes about jobs and workers.
A collection of jokes and riddles about numbers, letters, names, and silly words.
The kids of Hill Street School are getting ready for their spring carnival, and the third-grade class is in charge of making fliers and maps. Everything goes ...
Troy’s dream is to be a farmer like his grandfather, so his mother helps him plant sunflower seeds in their backyard. When the sprouts form buds and are ready ...
Kim has a bad morning when she wakes up late and loses a tooth, but the next morning she feels much better.
Jamal, who will be in the fifth grade, and his little sister Anisa, who is going into first grade, go shopping for school supplies.
Dan has forgotten something very important while setting the table for supper.
Easy-to-read text describes Joe and Dad's attempts to catch fish for dinner.
Includes a number of jokes and riddles.
Grandpa, Mom, and Dad try to cheer Ben up while Grandpa packs up to move.
On the day of the dance recital all the shoes are missing.
Mary paints a balloon, a tree, and a sun before realizing that her artwork is missing something very important.
When the children play soccer, Katy is the best player of them all. She runs fast, kicks hard, cheers loudly, scores goals, and steals the ball.
When Pat cannot find his shoes before a big game, he carefully cleans up his messy room.
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