Christmas Cracker Jokes
I got my Christmas Crackers yesterday and remembered how much fun they bring to me and my family at Christmas. So why don't we create the same atmosphere in the classroom?
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A Christmas Cracker consists of a cardboard tube wrapped in festive paper with a prize inside. Crackers are typically pulled at the Christmas dinner table. Traditionally, the person with the larger portion of cracker empties the contents from the tube and keeps them.
I am sure some of you have already attempted to make Christmas Crackers with the students. However, if you haven't, here's video with easy to follow instructions on how make one.
What makes pulling the Crackers fun is the Christmas Cracker joke inside. One of my favourite jokes is:
What's white and goes up?
A confused snowflake... LOL
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