Kids love jokes of kind even if they are used to poke a quick “ha ha” on Father Christmas and others. Here are some Christmas jokes that have been a hit with kids since time immemorial.

Christmas Jokes For Kids

Children have been often accused of being cruel because they laugh at others without discretion. Such may be the case, but the term ‘cruel’ is a little far-fetched. After all, they laugh openly while we grownups laugh at others behind their back! Instead of asking them to give up the wonderful gift of laughter, give them better jokes to laugh on – like jokes on Christmas about Santa, reindeers and so on. These jokes have been doing the rounds for a long time and have been the favourite of children across generations. Since it doesn’t take much to make children laugh, these jokes are an excellent way of bringing in the festive season. Check out some Christmas jokes that have been doing the rounds for quite some time.
Christmas Humor For Children
Here are some classic Christmas jokes that are loved by generation after generation of children:
Jokes on Santa Claus
Q: What do you get if Santa goes down the chimney when a fire is lit?
A: Crisp Cringle!
Q: What do you get if you eat Christmas decorations?
A: Tinselitus!
Q: What does Father Christmas always go down the chimney?
A: Because it soots him!
Q: Who gives presents and bites people?
A: Santa Jaws
Q: What is Father Christmas' wife called?
A: Mary Christmas!
Q: Mary said to Santa, "what's that out-side?"
A: Santa replied "it's Reindeer (Rain Dear)"
Q: Why was Santa's little helper depressed?
A: Because he was low on elf esteem!
Q: Where does Santa go to learn how to slide down chimneys?
A: Chimnasium!
Q: How many presents can Santa fit into an empty sack?
A: Only one – after that the sack is not empty!
Jokes on Snowmen
Q: What did the snowman order at McDonalds?
A: Icebergers and Chilled Sauce
Q: What did one snowman say to the other snowman?
A: Do you smell Carrot?
Q: What did one snowman say to the other snowman?
A: Snowflakes!
Making Jokes Accessible
  • Cut them up and use them in a treasure hunt (write clues on the back or just hide them round the room and see who can find the most).
  • Pop them in your own home-made Christmas crackers.
  • Parents can use them as Christmas "lunch box notes" for their kids.
  • Print them onto card and use them as gift tags.
  • Make your own hilarious Christmas board game! Cut the jokes out and put them in stack face-down. Whenever someone lands on a special square, they take a joke and read it out! (Ideas for designing a simple board game)
  • Make a Pass the Parcel game with a joke between each layer.
  • Enjoy them as they are .

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