Student Teaching Jokes

Sometimes after a hard day student teaching, you just need a good pick me up! Enjoy these student teaching jokes and have a good laugh.

Student Teaching Jokes Magoosh

Here is a corny one that you might get a kick out of:

“There is one person in our district who is all about No Child Left Behind.” “Oh yeah, who’s that?” “The bus driver.”

Does including a No Child Left Behind joke date me? I will get to work on some Common Core student teaching jokes, I promise!

I’ll just wait.

And wait. And wait some more…

Student Teaching Jokes Magoosh

Where my Pre-K and Elementary teachers at?

Crying is just part of a routine day, am I right? Hopefully, for most days, it’s the small children crying and not you, but hey, I’ve been there.

Student Teaching Jokes Magoosh


Managing stress as a teacher can be hard work! Let me get you some more student teaching jokes, shall I?

Student Teaching Jokes Magoosh


Hopefully none of the co-workers I’m trying to impress saw my goofy “no copy room line” happy dance… Oh, am I the only one who does that? Carry on, then.

Student Teaching Jokes Magoosh

A lot of student teaching is about figuring out your role in the teaching world.

It takes a while to find your teaching voice, not to mention a teaching job! Good luck out there. 🙂

Student Teaching Jokes Magoosh

One last bonus student teaching joke.

This one isn’t so much a joke about student teaching as a corny joke you can use with your kiddos while student teaching.

Q: What do you call a fish with no eyes?

A: Fsssshhhh.


Ok, yes, super corny. But trying to form a relationship with kids is easier with some silly jokes up your sleeve. And some days we all just need to laugh. 🙂

Looking for more?

Check out our post 5 Student Teaching Memes for Your Enjoyment.

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  • Allison White

    Allison is an Early Childhood Educator who has been a teacher since 2010. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2010 with a degree in Psychology, focused in Child Development. She began her teaching career as a 2nd grade teacher in Washington, D.C. After moving to Denver, Colorado she discovered a passion for Early Childhood Special Education. She earned a Master's in the subject from University of Colorado Denver in 2015. She spent Spring 2016 teaching pre-service early childhood educators at the undergraduate level. Now she and her husband are on a big adventure travelling around the western United States in an RV!

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