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Jokes are serious business to young children who are developing language. Kids build reasoning and literacy skills while smiling at their very own book of jokes.
Fold a sheet of white paper in half, and then in half the other direction, to make the cover and inside of your joke book.
Use Crayola Colored Pencile to write and illustrate your jokes. Remember jokes you've heard, copy your favorites from books, or create your own silly sayings, riddles, and jokes. Ask an adult to assist you if you are an early writer.
Tickle funny bones by sharing your joke book with others.
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