1.What's the difference between a monster and a mouse?
A monster makes bigger holes in the skirting board!
The 'skirting board' is a piece of wood between the floor and the wall. Sometimes mice make holes in the skirting board.
2.How can you tell if you have had a monster in your fridge?
It leaves footprints in the butter!
Footprints are the marks that your feet or shoes leave when you walk on sand or mud.
3.What did the porcupine say when he put his coat on inside out?
A porcupine is like a hedgehog, it has very spiky skin. When you have your coat on 'inside out' it means you have the inside on the outside so it's the wrong way round!
4.What is a sea monster’s favourite dish?
Fish and ships!
Fish and chips is a popular dish in the UK. Chips sounds a little bit like ships!
5.What's a snake's favourite subject at school?
Snakes 'hissss'. If you add a longer 'ssss' sound to history you hear the noise a snake makes.
6.Which ant is bigger than an elephant?
Both the words, elephant and giant, have the same letters as the word ant! Elephants and giants are very big and ants are very small!
7.What did one bat say to another bat?
'Let's hang around together!'
Bats hang upside down. If you 'hang around' with your friends, it means to spend time together. In the United States they often say 'hang out'.
8.Why do birds fly south in the winter?
Because it's too far to walk!
We all know that birds fly when they travel long distances. It's funny to think of them walking!