Hands up who loves Christmas craft? BEST. FUN. EVER. So, you’re making homemade Christmas bon bons this year and you need some toddler/kid/dad jokes to add? We’re here to help, all that groan-worthy Christmas lunch cheer is right here! Print these out and add them to your home made bon bons this year!
Christmas bon bon jokes for toddlers
Let’s start with classic toddler humour – the knock knock joke!
Cows Go Who?
No, Cows Go Moooooo!
I Scream if you don’t let me in!
Nanna your business!
No, Car Go Beep Beep!
Cracker jokes for little kids and early readers
What do you call a witch at the beach?
What do you call a bear with no teeth?
A gummy bear.
Where do cows go on Saturdays?
What do you give a sick pig?
What do you call a fly with no wings?
Why do bees have sticky hair?
They use honey combs.
Why can’t you give Elsa a balloon?
She’ll… let it go.
What do you call a dinosaur who won’t take a bath?
How do you make a tissue dance?
Put a little boogie in it.
Why can’t you hear a pterodactyl in the toilet?
Because the “pee” is silent
Why did the rockmelon jump in the lake?
Because he wanted to be a watermelon
Why did the biscuit go to the doctor?
He was feeling crumby
What kind of shoes do spies wear?
Christmas themed jokes for your bon bons
What did one snowman say to the other snowman?
Can you smell carrots?
What do elves learn at school?
What do snowmen do on the weekend?
What’s a snowman’s favourite thing at school?
Snow and tell
What do elves do after school?
Their gnome work.
What do you get when you cross a snowman and a mosquito?
What goes oh, oh, oh?
Santa walking backwards
Who brings Christmas presents to cats?
What do you call a greedy elf?
What kind of music do elves love?
What Christmas carol do monkeys sing?
Why is Santa so jolly?
He knows where all the toys are!
Cracker Christmas Craft Ideas For Toddlers
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