Halloween is about tricks and treats, but most of all, it’s about laughs. For this edition of our newsletter, some of the crew at Educational Innovations decided to get in the holiday mood. Sure, we’re serious about science but we also love to celebrate this time of year.
You’ll see Anthony, Laurie, Michael, Donna, Ted, David and even our Chief Educational Officer, Tami O’Connor, in some of the funnies below. Oh, and of course we’ve got Brody, the EI science lab dog. Can’t forget him!
Why not insert a bit of spooky science humor into your next quiz or homework page? Extra points for students who guess the right punchlines to our riddles!
If you have a favorite cartoon or joke, insert it below as a comment, or include it in the comments below.
You can’t tell, but Brody is indeed smiling!
Q: What do ghost children call their mom and dad?
One guilty EI colleague saw this and said, “Who, me?” LOL….
Q: What do you call two witches who share a broom?
Q: What do you call a haunted chicken?
Q: Why did the ghosts join the team?
A: Because they needed more spirit!
Q: What does Frankenstein’s bride wear on her face to keep it smooth?
Q: What do you call someone who puts poison in a person’s corn flakes?
A cereal killer.
Q: Do zombies eat popcorn with their fingers?
No, they eat the fingers separately.
Hope you enjoyed our collection of spooky science humor! Let us know in the comments below!