New Year’s Jokes for Kids to Kick Off the New Year

One of the things my kids love most about New Year’s is trying to stay up as late as possible.

Of course, this means there are HOURS to fill with activities and games that will keep everyone (especially Mom) from dozing off.

This year, I will make some New Year’s Eve Party Hat using this Printable, create resolutions with these New Year Worksheets, and sprinkle in some especially fun New Year’s jokes for kids to pass the time.

If you like these New Year’s jokes, check out some of our most loved joke posts: winter jokes, Christmas Jokes, and Knock Knock Jokes.

New Year's Jokes for Kids
  • What do snowmen like to do on New Year’s Eve? – Chill out.
  • Why do you need a jeweler on New Year’s Eve? – To ring in the new year.
  • What do cows say on January 1st? – “Happy Moo Year!”
  • Why should you put your new calendar in the freezer? – To start the new year off cool.
  • What is corn’s favorite holiday? – New Ears Eve.
  • My New Year’s resolution is to stop procrastinating. – But I’ll wait until tomorrow to start.

Related posts: New Year puns.

  • What do farmers give their wives at midnight on New Year’s Eve? – Hogs and kisses.
  • What did the ghost say on January 1st? – Happy Boo Year.
  • Knock knock! Who’s there? Abby. Abby who? Abby New Year!
  • Where can you go to practice Math on New Year’s Eve? – Times Square.
  • What food should you avoid on New Year’s? – Firecrackers.
  • Why did the man sprinkle sugar on his pillow on New Year’s Eve? – He wanted to start the year with sweet dreams.
New Year's Joke for Kids

New Year’s Jokes for Kids Printable

You can print out these jokes and use them in goody bags for your New Year’s party or memorize them and share them at just the right time.

Click here to get your printable New Year’s Jokes.

Share your favorite New Year’s joke in the comments.

One Comment

  1. Hi! The links aren’t working for the winter or the New Year’s jokes. I’m not sure if that’s the case for the other categories too.
    Thank you for the great idea and Happy New Year! 🙂

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