Since Holiday gatherings usually include a variety of ages, it is nice to have a few jokes to share with the kiddos. This selection of family friendly puns is sure to bring out the silly side of your guests.
You can also use these jokes at the dinner table, diving the questions and answers for guests to match correctly.
Mark each half with the corresponding Q or A before placing one on each plate.
Start with having the youngest with a Q card read their question aloud. They will then choose any of the guests that have an A card to read their answer aloud. If the Q and A do not complete the joke, they both put back down their cards and the next person (by age) with a Q asks theirs and chooses what they hope is the correct answer to their question. This continues until all the jokes are completed.
A lot of times the wrong answer will bring more laughs – think madlibs meets memory.
Q. What did the Gingerbread Man put on his bed?
A. A cookie sheet!
Q. What is a snowman’s favorite lunch?
A. An Iceberger!
Q. Why wasn’t the turkey hungry on Christmas?
A. He was stuffed!
Q. What Christmas Carol do monkeys most like to sing?
A. Jungle Bells, Jungle Bells
Q. Why did they let the turkey join the band?
A. Because he had the drum sticks.
Q. What do you when if you cross an apple with a Christmas tree?
A. A pineapple.
Q. If athletes get athletes foot, what do astronauts get?
Q. What do you get if Santa goes down the chimney when a fire is lit?
A. Crisp Cringle.
Q. What is the best Christmas present in the world?
A broken drum - you can't beat it!.
Q. What's a child's favorite king at Christmas?
A. A stocKING
Q. Why do reindeer scratch themselves?
A. Because they're the only ones who know where they itch!.
Q. Why is it difficult to keep a secret at the North Pole?
A. Because everyone’s teeth chatter
Q. What do snowmen eat for breakfast?
A. A bowl of snowflakes
Q. What does Rudolph want for Christmas?
A. A snowy Sleighstation
Q. How many presents can Santa fit into an empty sack?
A. One, after that it is no longer empty