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Poodle Jokes For Kids

poodle jokes for kids

* How do you wash a dog?
- With shampoodle!

* How long are a poodle’s legs?
- Just long enough to reach the ground!

* What happens when it rains cats and dogs?
- You might step in a poodle!

* Why are poodles terrible dancers?
- They have two left feet!

* What markets should poodles avoid?
- Flea markets!

* What do you get if you cross a cocker spaniel, a poodle and a rooster?
- Cockerpoodledoo!

* What does a poodle call his dad?
- Paw!

* What did the poodle say when he sat on sandpaper?
- Ruff! Ruff!

* What happens when a poodle eats too much garlic?
- His bark is much worse then his bite!

* Did you hear about the poodle that gave birth outside?
- She got a ticket for littering!

Kids Poem: Mother’s Day

short kids poem mothers day

This mother’s day will be the best mom’s ever seen
with everything I’ve planned: I’ll treat her like a queen!

There’s nothing as restful as watching the sun rise,
so I’ll wake her up to my loud “Cymbal Surprise”.

To start the day off right I decided I would bake
a gummy worm, toffee, chocolate-frosted cake.

I’ve never met someone that dislikes having fun,
so we’ll play some tag when breakfasts are all done.

And if she’s feeling down, in front of the TV
I’ll sing her fifteen songs about a coughing flee.

Kids Easter Riddle: Bunny

fun kids riddle carrot
How do you know carrots are good for your eyes?

Short Kids Poem: Family

short kids poem about family

I’m sure you think your family
is totally bizarre,
but mine is so much stranger
than all of yours by far!

My grandma raises poodles
on the hills of Tuscany
and trains them to be waiters
for the cruise ships out at sea.

My uncle dyes his hair
to look like a snake’s skin,
then hisses like a cobra
as he hides behind a bin.

My aunt seems really shy.
She’s thoughtful and polite —
except she quacks like ducks
whenever there’s no light.

They almost can act normal
if you see them one by one
– but get them all together
and your Christmas is real fun!

Fun Kids Riddle: Easter

fun kids riddle easter
How do you catch the Easter Bunny??

Easter Jokes For Kids

Easter Jokes For Kids
* What does the Easter Bunny do in the rain?
- Get wet!

* How did the soggy Easter Bunny dry himself?
- With a hare-dryer!

* How does the Easter Bunny stay fit?
Egg-xercise and hare-robics!

* How do you catch a rabbit?
- Make a noise like a carrot.

* What do you get if you cross the Easter Bunny with an insect?
- Bugs bunny

* Why shouldn’t you ever tell a joke to an Easter egg?
- It might crack up!

* How does the Easter Bunny afford to buy so much candy?
- He’s a million-hare!

* How many Easter eggs can you put in an empty basket?
- One… after that it’s not empty any more!

Kids Poem: Easter Bunny

kids easter bunny poem
The Easter Bunny learns
at Easter Bunny Camp
to hide a chocolate egg
behind any lamp.

He jumps two stories high
without making a noise.
He runs along the hall
while dodging any toys.

He learns to sneak around
without being seen
while balancing two bags
of colored jelly beans.

He hides his Easter eggs
before he counts to ten,
then runs to the next house
to do it all again.

Feel Good Riddle: Ugly Duckling

kids riddle ugly duckling
When did the ugly duckling feel beautiful?

Online Kids Madlibs: Butterflies

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Short Kids Poem: Art

fun kids riddle art

My family does not get my art
no matter what I do.
Art is not that difficult,
but they don’t have a clue.

I flipped our sofa upside down
and filled it with perfume.
I thought that I could win awards
but got sent to my room!

When I dyed our family dog
to look just a cow,
My father screamed for one hour
instead of saying, “Wow!”

I’ve made green walls and wet clothes drawers.
I’ve frozen rubber bands.
I’ve even hid some plastic snakes,
But no one understands.

I like to paint the world
as uncontrolled chaos.
But I might have to give it up:
it makes my parents cross.