27 Playful Fall Jokes for Kids

Fall Jokes for Kids | 18 Fun & PRINTABLE Fall Jokes

Everyone is back in school! This means it’s time to get back into the habit of packing lunches.

Along with finding fun and healthy things to eat, I like to prepare some giggles to send with the kids.

I’ve rounded up a new list of jokes for kids (including knock-knock jokes, Halloween knock-knock jokes, riddles about school, pumpkin jokes, and turkey jokes) perfect for adding to lunch boxes this time of year.

I hope your kids love these autumn jokes as much as mine did.

Fall Jokes for Kids | 18 Fun & PRINTABLE Fall Jokes

What comes to mind when fall approaches? Pumpkins, leaves, and elephants? Hee, hee. You’ll have to read the fall jokes for kids below to see about that last one.

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Use the link below to print these fall jokes. Then you can use them in lunches, as a fun addition to your afterschool activities, or as a way to be silly with your kids.

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Really Funny Fall Jokes for Kids

  • How do you mend a broken pumpkin? — With a pumpkin patch!
  • What’s the best thing to put into a pumpkin pie?  — Your teeth.
  • What do you get when you drop a pumpkin? — Squash.
  • If money really did grow on trees, what would be everyone’s favorite season? — Fall.
  • Why do birds fly south in the Fall? — Because it’s too far to walk.
  • Why did Humpty Dumpty have a great fall? — To make up for his miserable summer.
  • What has ears but can’t hear a thing? — A cornfield.
  • What reads and lives in an apple? — A bookworm.
  • What did one leaf say to another? — I’m falling for you.
  • What is a tree’s least favorite month? — Sep-Timber!
  • What did the little tree say to the big tree? — Leaf me alone.
  • What kind of coat goes on wet? — A coat of paint.
  • What runs around a farm but doesn’t move? — A fence.
  • Why do trees hate tests? — Because they get stumped by the questions.
  • Why did the scarecrow win a medal? — He was outstanding in his field.
  • Why shouldn’t you tell a secret in a cornfield? — Because the corn has ears.
  • What’s an elephant’s favorite vegetable? — Squash.
  • How do trees get onto the internet? — Easy, they just LOG on.
  • What’s the ratio of a pumpkin’s diameter to its circumference? — Pumpkin Pi!
  • What’s a scarecrow’s favorite fruit? — Straw-berries.
  • Why did the apple pie cry? — Its peelings were hurt.
  • Knock knock. Who’s there? Orange. Orange who? Orange you glad fall is here?
  • How are you supposed to talk in an apple library? — Using your incider voice.
  • What type of vest is best for November? — A har-vest.
  • What did August say to October? — Wake me when September ends.
  • Who helps little pumpkins cross the road to school? — The crossing gourd.
  • Why did the lions move at the end of summer? — Because the pride goeth before the fall!

Keep the fall fun going. Check out our collection of fall puns and fall riddles for kids.

For more giggly fun, check out these books:

Do you have any funny fall or autumn jokes to add? Share them in the comments.

9 Comments

  1. Here s a riddle for you: What comes at the end of every kid joke? Answer: Okay, I have another one. They just never seem exhausted by their limited supply of gags. But, left to their own devices, the jokes they pick up from friends or TV shows might not be any good (especially when your child tries to repeat it from memory, although mangled kid jokes are secretly one of the best parts of parenthood). It s time to intervene and teach them some real comedy.

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