Jokes for kids: Science

Jokes for kids: Science

Science is always fun! To make it even more entertaining, give the kids a few of these jokes to experiment with today.

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Q. What do you do with a dead chemist?
A. Barium.


Q. Why do chemists prefer nitrates?
A. Because they're cheaper than day rates.


Q. What's the first thing you should learn in chemistry?
A. Never lick the spoon.


Q. What is the name of the first electricity detective? 
A. Sherlock Ohms.


Q. Want to hear a joke about sodium hypobromite?
A. NaBrO!


Q.  What did one electron say to the other electron?
A.  Don't get excited. You'll only get into a state!

Q. What did the thermometer say to the graduated cylinder?
A. You may have graduated but I've got many degrees.

Q. What did the nuclear physicist have for lunch?
A. Fission Chips.


Q. Why is electricity so dangerous?
A. It doesn't conduct itself.


Q. What do you call a Catholic church service that is very, very important?
A. Critical mass.

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