My kids love jokes and when the holidays roll around, they’re always on a mission to find new ones! These are some of our favorite Christmas Jokes for kids and we’ve included a FREE printable of lunch box jokes that you can use in December!
CHRISTMAS JOKES FOR KIDS
I love all things Christmas so it’s probably no surprise that I love Christmas jokes. They’re silly and make my kids laugh. There’s something magical about children laughing which makes it perfect for the holiday season.
These funny Christmas jokes are all kid-friendly and clean so they’re safe for kids all ages. Check out these Christmas riddles for kids and let us know which one is your favorite! If you have one that you love and think we should add to this list, be sure to comment and let us know! We’re always looking for new holiday jokes for kids to add to our collection!
FAVORITE KIDS CHRISTMAS JOKES
Q: What does the gingerbread man put on his bed?
A: Cookie sheets!
Q: What does Santa use to measure?
Q: What do monkeys sing at Christmas?
A: Jungle bells!
Q: What do you call an elf who steals gift wrapping paper from the rich and gives it to the poor?
A: Ribbon Hood
Q: What do you get if you cross an apple with a Christmas Tree?
A: A pineapple!
Q: What’s white and goes up?
A: A Confused snowflake!
Q: What is green, white, and red all over?
A: A sunburnt elf
Q: Where do snowmen go dancing?
A: A snowball!
Q: What do snowmen eat for breakfast?
A: Frosted Flakes
Q: Where does a snowman keep his money?
A: In a snowbank!
Q: What do road crews use at the North Pole?
A: Snow cones!
Q: What happens if you eat Christmas decorations?
A: You get tinselitus!
Q: What do you call Santa when he stops moving?
A: Santa Pause
Q: What goes oh, oh, oh?
A: Santa Claus walking backward!
Q: What does an elf study in school?
A: The elfabet
Q: What does Mrs. Claus say when there are clouds in the sky?
A: It looks like rain, deer.
Q: What should you give your parents at Christmas?
A: A list of what you want.
Q: What do snowmen take when the sun gets too hot?
A: A chill pill.
Q: What do you call a greedy elf?
Q: What kind of ball doesn’t bounce?
A: A snowball.
Q: What did one snowman say another snowman?
A: You’re cool.
Q: What kind of bug hates Christmas?
A: A humbug!
Q: Where did the mistletoe go to become famous?
Q: What does Frosty the Snowman hang on his Christmas tree?
Q: What is a cow’s favorite holiday?
A: Moo-years Day.
The thing I love about jokes for kids is that they’re a fun way to spend time together. Laughter and humor are beneficial in our lives! There are physical benefits for family members of all ages including reduced blood pressure and muscle tension! I know that laughing together with m kids can help turn a challenging day around for me.
So print out a copy of some of our favorite Christmas jokes and share them with your kids. I like to tuck them in lunch boxes but they’re fun in stockings too!
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE PRINTABLE JOKES!
Leave a comment letting us know which of these Christmas jokes is your favorite!
If you’re looking for more fun Christmas activities do with your kids, be sure to check out our Christmas page.
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Hi Mariah! These are awesome. I was looking for a game for my son’s birthday party that falls a week before Christmas. This would be a great party quiz game.
All 24 are not here I can only get the first 12 to print where are the rest of the jokes???
I had the first 24 jokes. What happened to yours?
Love this!! These are so great!
These are the cutest jokes! I’ll have to share them with my grandchildren!
Jill Ellis says
Love the jokes. Downloaded the printable Christmas jokes. There are not 24 – can you help? Thanks!
I am not sure what has happened to page 2. I am working on getting them recreated.
I had to remake them! There should be 24 now! Try the updated link: https://thesimpleparent.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/24-christmas-jokes-printable.pdf
love them, will mail to great nieces and nephew to keep in touch during these tough times. Thank you very much.
Love these jokes! going to have to tell them to people!
Thank you so much for these. Merry Christmas and New Year’s Blessings!