Science Jokes for Summer Giggles

 

Monday’s books were all about science. Now it’s time to laugh!

How far can you see on a clear day?

150 million kilometers, from here to the Sun


Alien: I was born on the planet Neptune!

Scientist: That’s amazing. Which part?

Alien: All of me!


One astronomer asks another if he has ever heard of the planet Saturn.

The second astronomer replies: I’m not sure but it has a familiar ring!


Why did the atom cross the road?

It was time for it to split!


What did the girl battery say to the boy battery?

I get a big charge out of you!


What is the center of gravity?

The letter v!


Why was Emily’s father kicking the computer?

He was trying to boot it up!


How do mad scientists freshen their breath?

With experi-mints!


What is as big as an elephant, but weighs nothing at all?

The shadow of an elephant!


What happened to the plant in math class?

It grew square roots!


What would happen if you crossed a fast dog with a bee?

A greyhound buzz!


What can clap without any hands?

Thunder!


Why did the foolish gardener plant a lightbulb?

He wanted to grow a power plant!


What is a renewable resource used every day at your school?

Brainpower!


The books I found these jokes in:

Weird Science Jokes to Tickle Your Funny Bone Felicia Lowenstein Niven

The Science Zone by Gary Chmielewski, illustrated by Jim Caputo


Hope you have fun sharing these jokes!

Gail

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