Kids love this silly Easter Joke Teller. Download the free printable Easter cootie catcher full of fun jokes and share some laughs with your favorite kids.
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What is a Joke Teller?
A joke teller is an easy folder paper craft that kids love. You may remember folding fortune tellers or cootie catchers in elementary school. My friends and I used to make them out of with notebook paper in elementary school to “predict” our futures.
I wanted to share cootie catchers with my kiddos so I turned the fortune tellers I loved as a kid into Easter joke tellers by replacing the fortunes with kid appropriate Easter jokes. (Each flap contains a silly joke that elementary school kids love.)
Paper joke tellers are perfect for classroom parties, a silly activity at home, or even a special lunch box treat.
Learn How to Make a Easter Joke Teller
This free printable project is even easier than the fortune tellers you made as a kid. Get and emailed copy of the PDF here then save it to your computer, print, fold, and enjoy! The whole project takes less than 5 minutes to complete.
BLACK AND WHITE VERSION TO COLOR
Joke tellers are popular with teachers and room parents who don’t always have access (or the budget) for color copies. The black and white version can be printed for kids to color and fold. It contains the same fun jokes and graphics!
How to Fold a Joke Teller
Download the joke teller folding instructions with the Easter joke tellers HERE.
MORE FREE COOTIE CATCHERS
I’ve designed lots of fun holiday cootie catchers for kids. Check out these fun versions:
- Valentine’s Day Joke Tellers are a great non-candy classroom treat or lunchbox surprise.
- Father’s Day Joke Tellers are full of silly dad jokes that your Dad will love.
- Thanksgiving Turkey Joke Tellers keep the kids busy while you cook.
- Silly Snowmen Joke Tellers are perfect for classroom parties.
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