Laughing with kids can be a lot of fun. They are very honest and don’t care if you’re offended by what they say. They always say what they think and often come up with witty responses that make us adults look like we’re going to say something.
Children were drawing in kindergarten class while their teacher looked on. She went around to look at the art. During her trip, she came across a little girl who was working hard. She asked what the drawing looked like.
Girl: “I’m making a picture of God.”
People don’t know what God looks like. The teacher said that.
The girl said, “They will in a minute.” She didn’t even look up from her drawing.
Whales were the subject of conversation between a little girl and her teacher
Teacher: Even though whales are very big, their throats are very small, which means they can’t eat people.
The little girl said that Jonah was sucked in by a whale.
The teacher was angry and said that a whale couldn’t eat a human because it was physically impossible.
Girl: “When I get to heaven, I will ask Jonah,” said the little girl,
When the teacher asked, “What would happen if Jonah went to hell??”
Her answer: “Then you ask him.”
The Ten Commandments were being talked about by a Sunday school teacher with her five- and six-year-olds
Following the commandment to “honour” your parents, she asked: “Is there a commandment that tells us how to treat our friends and family?”
The oldest child in the family said, “Thou shalt not kill.”
Little girl: I was watching my mom clean the kitchen sink one day. She saw that her mother had a lot of white hair that contrasted with her dark hair.
Why are some of your hairs white, Mom? As soon as she did something wrong and made her cry, one of her hairs turned white.
The little girl thought about this for a while and then asked her mom, “Momma, why are all of grandma’s hairs white?”