When it comes to jokes for kids, the holidays — and family gatherings — are the perfect times and settings to bust out some super silly, festive jokes. Try a few of these out on your kids or let them read this post themselves, and then do some living-room stand-up. Yule be laughing (or groaning) right along with them.
1. What is an elf’s favorite food?
2. Where do Christmas trees go to learn?
3. What happened when Elsa went to the bathroom?
She let it go.
4. What’s the best name for a dreidel?
5. What do you call an artificial tree?
6. Why do holiday trees make your home so nice?
They really spruce the place up.
7. Snowman #1: “You’ve got something on your nose.”
Snowman #2: “I don’t carrot all.”
8. What happened when the Christmas tree’s bank was closed?
It started another branch.
9. What hand should you use to light the menorah?
Neither, you should use a candle.
10. What did the snowman say before he went exploring?
I shall boldly go where snowman has gone before.
11. How does Santa stay healthy during the holidays?
He practices elf-care.
12. Why aren’t Christmas trees good at sewing?
They drop their needles.
13. What kind of cars do elves like to drive?
14. Why didn’t the dreidel feel well?
It was having dizzy spells.
15. How can you tell which car is Santa’s?
By the hood ornament.
16. What do you name a baby girl born on Christmas?
17. What were the Little Drummer Boy’s three little sisters named?
Anna 1, Anna 2, Anna 1234 ...
18. Who is a Christmas tree’s favorite actress?
19. What happens if Santa’s sleigh goes too fast?
He holds on for deer life.
20. How do you make a ginger-bed?
With cookie sheets.
21. What do you call Santa on a foggy night?
A lost Claus.
22. What do you call a toy soldier?
An elf-made man [or woman].
23. Why does Hanukkah only last 8 days?
Because 7 ate 9.
24. What does Santa use to help him walk?
A candy cane.
25. What comes at the end of Christmas?
The letter “S.”
26. What is the difference between the regular alphabet and the Christmas alphabet?
The Christmas alphabet has no-el.