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Kid’s jokes are corny and yet oh so funny. Some of these jokes are ones that you probably repeated with your friends or siblings when you were younger. We might view them as classics but your kids will think they are the latest and greatest thing.
Be prepared for lots of repeats and giggles. These kids jokes are almost as bad as “dad jokes”. When I say bad it’s not that they are inappropriate or terrible. It’s that they are corny, cheesy, obvious, and still chuckle-worthy.
Add a Daily Giggle
You will find a number of downloads (some free and some paid) that you can use to print these fun kid’s jokes for your child’s lunchbox. Give them a daily smile by adding in a seasonal joke. They will love finding these jokes in their lunchbox.
If your kids don’t attend public school or they eat the school provided lunch, you can still print these funny jokes. Put them by their morning breakfast plate, read them together over a snack, or make them a part of their lunch at home.
All the Seasons All the Jokes
Pick your month and download the jokes for that month. There will be a set for all of the months (including summer months) and riddles will soon follow if you really like the jokes.
All of the jokes are family friendly and ready for your kids to share during lunch, sleepovers, dinner time, or family night. You can print them on any type of paper depending on how durable you want them to be or just read them right now on your screen for a few giggles.
Laughter is good for your soul and sharing that laughter with others makes it even better. Feel free to share a link to these kid’s jokes with all your mom-friends, peers, or anyone else who could use a clean, fun chuckle.
February Kid’s Jokes:
Q: What Valentine’s Day candy is only for girls?
A: HER-SHE’s Kisses.
Q: What did Pilgrims give each other on Valentine’s Day?
Q: What did the drum say to the other drum on Valentine’s Day?
A: My heart beats for you.
Q: What do you call a very small Valentine?
A: A valen-tiny.
Q: What did the blueberry say to his wife on Valentine’s Day?
A: I love you berry much.
Q: What did the Valentine’s Day card say to the stamp?
A: Stick with me and you’ll go places.
Q: Why do skunks celebrate Valentine’s Day?
A: Because they’re scent-imental.
Q: What do you call two birds in love?
Q: How did the telephone propose to his girlfriend?
A: He gave her a ring.
Q: What did the sheep say to the other on February 14th?
A: Wool you be my valentine.
Q. What did one volcano say to the other on Valentine’s Day?
A. I lava you.
Q: What did the stamp say to the envelope on Valentine’s Day?
A: I’m stuck on you.
Q: What do farmers give their wives on Valentine’s Day?
A: Lots of hogs and kisses.
Q: What kind of flowers do you never give on Valentine’s Day?
Q: What did the painter say to his girlfriend?
A: “I love you with all my art.”
Q: Why are artichokes the most loving vegetable?
A: Because they have heart.
Q: What did the one sheep say to the other?
A: I love ewe!
Q: What do you say to an octopus on Valentine’s Day?
A: I want to hold your hand, hand, hand, hand, hand, hand, hand, hand!
Q: What do you write in a slug’s Valentine’s Day card?
A: Be my Valen-slime!
Q: What do owls say to declare their love?
A: Owl be yours!
Q: What do squirrels give for Valentine’s Day?
Q: What did the rabbit say to his girlfriend on Valentine’s Day?
A: Somebunny loves you!
Q: What did Frankenstein say to his girlfriend on Valentine’s Day?
A: Be my Valen-stein!
Q: What did the chocolate syrup say to the ice cream on Valentine’s Day?
A: I’m sweet on you!
March Kid’s Jokes
Q: What happens when a leprechaun falls into a river?
A: He gets wet!
Q: How is a good friend like a four-leaf clover?
A: They’re hard to find!
Q: What kind of bow can’t be tied?
A: A rainbow!
Q: Why do people wear shamrocks on St. Patrick’s Day?
A: Regular rocks are too heavy
Q: What’s big and purple and lies next to Ireland?
A: Grape Britain!
Q: Why do frogs like St Patrick’s Day?
A: Because they are always wearing green!
Q: When is an Irish potato not an Irish potato?
A: When it’s a French fry!
Q: What do you get when you cross a pillowcase with a stone?
A: A sham-rock!
Q: What do you get if you cross poison ivy with a four-leaf clover?
A: A rash of good luck!
Q: What’s Irish and stays out all night?
A: Patty O’furniture.
Q: How can you tell if an Irishman is having a good time?
A: He’s Dublin over with laughter!
Q: Why would you never iron a four-leaf clover?
A: Because you shouldn’t press your luck!
Q: What do leprechauns prefer dollar bills to coins?
A: Why did the leprechaun turn down a bowl of soup?
Q: Because he already had a pot of gold!
A: Why do leprechauns hate running?
Q: They’d rather jig than jog!
A: Why are so many leprechauns, florists?
Q: They have green thumbs!
A: What does a leprechaun call a happy man wearing green?
Q: A jolly green giant!
A: Why do people wear shamrocks on St. Patrick’s Day?
Q: Regular rocks are too heavy.
A: Why did the leprechaun climb over the rainbow?
Q: To get to the other side!
A: How can you spot a jealous shamrock? It will be green with envy!
Q: What do you call a big Irish spider?
A: Paddy long legs!
Q: Why do leprechauns recycle?
A: They like to go green!
Q: What’s a leprechaun’s favorite cereal?
A: Lucky charms!
Q: What happens if you cross poison ivy with a four-leaf clover?
A: You get a rash of good luck!
Q: What do you call a leprechaun who gets sent to jail?
A: A lepre-con!
There will be more jokes coming soon. If you don’t see the month you want…sign up for the newsletter or check back. I’m working on it…
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