Funny Kids Jokes about Christmas (Loved by Adults)
The printable jokes for kids that I’ve been creating for the past few months have been a huge hit around here! Little M even asked me to stop sending the knock, knock jokes for a few days because the other kids were begging to hear them. (I guess she got tired of the extra attention… funny.) How’s your family like them?
These jokes about Christmas are seriously funny and sure to add a few extra laughs to your holiday.
Make sure to check out the Christmas Riddles, Christmas Puns, Christmas dog puns and jokes, gingerbread jokes for kids, and candy jokes!
How to use These Christmas Jokes for Kids
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There are a few fun ways to use these printable Christmas Jokes. Choose one of these or come up with your own way to use them. Share your idea in the comments!
- Put the jokes in the kids’ lunch boxes. (That’s what I do with all of our jokes for kids.)
- Have the Elf on the Shelf bring a new joke every day.
- Make an advent calendar with jokes.
- Add a cute joke to your Christmas cracker.
- Decide which joke is the best and use it all month!
- Add a joke to each link in a countdown to Christmas chain.
- At a Christmas party, give each guest a joke to share throughout the party.
- Write the joke on a whiteboard in the morning. See who can get the answer first.
Best Christmas Jokes for Kids
- Where do snowmen keep their money? — In a snow bank.
- Why is it so cold at Christmas? — Because it’s Decembrrrrr.
- What does one snowman say to the other? — Do you smell carrots?
- What kind of ball doesn’t bounce? — A snowball.
- What did the Christmas tree say to the ornament? — “Aren’t you tired of just hanging around?”
- Where would you find chili beans? — At the North Pole.
- What do you call a snowman party? — A Snowball.
Holiday Jokes about Santa
- What’s red and white, red and white, red and white? — Santa Claus rolling down the hill.
- What do you call Santa when he stops moving? — Santa Pause.
- What goes “oh, oh, oh”? — Santa walking backwards.
- Why does Santa have 3 gardens? — So he can hoe-hoe-hoe.
- What does Mrs Claus say to Santa when she sees clouds? — Looks like rain, dear
- Why do Mummies like Christmas so much? — Because of all the wrapping.
Jokes about Gingerbread
- What did the gingerbread man put on his bed? — A cookie sheet.
- Why did the gingerbread man go to the doctor? — Because he was feeling crummy.
- Why was the Gingerbread Man robbed? — Because of his dough.
- What do gingerbread men use when they break their legs? — Candy canes.
- Why do basketball players love gingerbread cookies? — Because they can dunk them!
Reindeer Jokes for Kids
Check out our entire collection of Reindeer Jokes and Reindeer Puns.
- What game do reindeer play at sleepovers? — Truth-or-deer.
- Why were the reindeer still in the barn when they were supposed to be with Santa? — They were stalling.
- What do reindeer hang on their Christmas trees? — Horn-aments.
- Who leads Santa’s sleigh underwater? — Ru-Dolphin!
- Who won he race between Rudolph and Prancer? — Rudolph won by a nose!
- How do you get into Donner’s house? You ring the “deer”bell.
Jolly Christmas Jokes for Kids
- What kind of bug hates Christmas? — A humbug.
- What does Tarzan sing at Christmas? — Jungle Bells.
- This year even the toys are stressed out! — Yeah, they came already wound up.
- Who lives at the North Pole, makes toys and rides around in a pumpkin? — Cinder-“elf”-a.
- What’s Santa’s favorite sandwich? — Peanut butter and jolly.
Christmas Jokes for Teens
- What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire? — Frostbite.
- What do you call Santa Claus with unfolded clothes? — Kris Wrinkle.
- Why did the elves ask the turkey to join the band? — Because he had the drum sticks.
- Why did Santa get a ticket on Christmas Eve? — He left his sleigh in a snow parking zone.
- What do you get when you cross a bell with a skunk? — Jingle smells.
Christmas Knock Knock Jokes
Who doesn’t love a knock-knock joke? Here are 5 Christmas Knock Knock Jokes… you can get more here Christmas Knock-Knock Jokes.
- Knock. Knock. Who’s there? Hanna.Hanna who? Hanna partridge in a pear tree.
- Knock, knock! Who’s there? Chris. Chris who? Christmas is here!
- Knock, knock. Who’s there? Dexter. Dexter, who? Dexter halls with boughs of holly.
- Knock, knock. Who’s there? Doughnut. Doughnut who? Doughnut open gifts until Christmas Day.
- Knock, knock. Who’s there? Ima. Ima who? Ima dreaming of a white Christmas.
For more giggly fun, check out these books:
Joke books are a great way to get your kids reading.
- Knock-Knock Jokes for Kids (check it out on Amazon here) – Affiliate link
- Laugh-out-Loud Jokes for Kids (check it out on Amazon here) – Affiliate link
- National Geographic Kids Just Joking (check it out on Amazon here) – Affiliate link
Do you have a Christmas joke for kids to add? Share it in the comment section!
These are super cute, as are the knock knock ones! I teach Art workshops and I almost always read the kids a story too so I can weave these in as comedy relief.
Dawn F. says
I’m so happy to find these! For the last 2 months, I’ve been sending little riddles in my 2nd grader’s lunch box. She is the snack time entertainment so she’ll be glad to get some Christmas themed riddles. Thanks for sharing them!
Robert Wahl says
What do you call Santa when he shaves his beard??
The Gingerbread man!!!
We are doing a count down to Christmas with red and green popcycle sticks. After seeing this I wrote a joke on each one so everyday my daughter takes out a popcylce stick and reads a joke. She loves it.
How fun Nikki! Thanks for the idea.
What do you call a black, burnt gingerbread? A NINJA bread!
I like when it says Decemberrrr?????
Thanks for the jokes! I’m using these with a tear off snowman Christmas countdown for my kids. A joke of the day will help us remember to tear off a strip. I think they are going to love it!
Resu Frink says
They are very helpful. I teach Spanish in middle school and I try to tell some jokes in Spanish–at least some words. Students look forward to this! I am preparing an activity with jokes for 6th graders, and I am using some of the jokes here. Thank you. One of my students´ favorites: “¿Qué dice la leche al azúcar?”– Te veo en el café.
Why do elf go to school?
To learn the alphabet?
Brandon Young says
These jokes are amazing!
Bella Gill says
I like these jokes to. But when I told them to my class they did not understand.
Bella Gill says
Way in a manger;
Anurag Nautiyal says
what did the snowman say to the aggressive carrot?
Get out of my face