The 12 Funniest Christmas Jokes for Kids

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Thuday, 12/11/2020 02:11

Prepare yourself for some wholesome holiday LOLs.

 

Ha-ha-holidays!

 

We’ve reached that time of the year again—the one that is most wonderful—and whether you’re gathering with the little ones in your life in person or virtually, it’s great to have a few Christmas jokes for kids up your sleeve. Funny stuff never goes out of style, and even some beloved yucks from your own childhood will likely make the smaller set crack up. After all, the best gift you can give anyone is joy (though these hottest Christmas toys of the year certainly come in a close second).

 

Need to brush up on your LOL-inducing humor around the holidays? We’ve rounded up 25 of the silliest, corniest, and downright funniest children’s Christmas jokes. Don’t be surprised if they get the whole family giggling, from the young to the young at heart. For other audiences, you can’t go wrong with these 101 short jokes anyone can remember.

 

How do you help someone who has lost their Christmas spirit?

 

Nurse them back to elf. Ba-dum-bump! Want to provide your family with a holiday brainteaser on top of these Christmas jokes for kids? Check out this head-scratcher and try to find an elf’s lost boot!

 

What is a Christmas tree’s favorite candy?

 

Orna-mints! Here’s some interesting holiday trivia while we’re on the topic: According to the National Christmas Tree Association, it takes an average of seven years for a tree to grow tall enough to be ready for sale. Here’s how to keep your own Christmas tree fresh and healthy throughout the holiday season.

 

Why does everyone love Frosty the Snowman?

 

He’s cool. By the way, did you know the tune “Frosty the Snowman” was written in 1950 by Jack Rollins and Steve Nelson? It was meant to capitalize on the success of 1949’s “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.” Check out the history behind some of your other favorite Christmas carols.

 

What do you call an elf wearing earmuffs?

 

Anything you want—he can’t hear you! It is said that the inventor of earmuffs is a man by the name of Chester Greenwood, who hailed from Farmington, Maine. Considering how chilly it gets in the New England state, this should come as no surprise! Here are more of the most famous inventions from every state.

 

What do snowmen eat for breakfast?

 

Snowflakes. The building of snowmen actually dates all the way back to the Middle Ages. If you’re curious about these winter staples, learn the fascinating history surrounding the snowman.

 

Knock, knock!

 

Who’s there?

 

Donut.

 

Donut who?

 

Donut open this present until Christmas!

 

A little yuletide trivia for you: The United States Postal Service says it expects to deliver more than 900 million packages between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day! That’s a lot of presents. If you haven’t started your shopping yet, get to it—starting with these 50 great stocking stuffer ideas for kids.

 

What do you call an obnoxious reindeer?

 

Rude-olph. Love reindeer? Rudolph was a character created for the department store Montgomery Ward as a marketing ploy, reports MeTV. Read about a family that raises these beloved animals.

 

Where does Santa keep all his money?

 

At the local snow bank. It was in 1890 that the first department-store Santa Claus was introduced, according to The Week. These heartwarming stories about meeting Santa will make you feel all warm and fuzzy.

 

What did the grumpy sheep say when his friends wished him a Merry Christmas?

 

Baaaa humbug! Of course, the phrase “Bah! Humbug!” was made popular by Ebeneezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, but it actually dates back to the 1750s, notes CNN. Meanwhile, do you know which Christmas song was actually written for Thanksgiving?

 

What do you get when you cross a snowman and a vampire?

 

Frostbite. We’re focusing on Christmas jokes for kids here, but if you’re looking for other funnies to keep the littles laughing, you need to check out our extensive collection of kids’ jokes.

 

What do Santa’s little helpers like to eat on a cold day at the North Pole?

 

Elf-abet soup! January has been proclaimed National Soup Month, which makes sense because it tends to be the coldest time of the year.

 

What’s Frosty’s favorite dessert?

Ice Krispie Treats. The very first Frosty the Snowman television special premiered in 1969. A comedian by the name of Jack Vernon voiced the sweet character.

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