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The 25 Funniest Christmas Jokes for Kids

Prepare yourself for some wholesome holiday LOLs.

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Ha-ha-holidays!Emma Kumer/rd.com

Funny Christmas Jokes For Kids

We’ve reached that time of the year again—the one that is most wonderful—and whether you’re gathering with the little ones in your life in person or virtually, it’s great to have a few funny Christmas jokes for kids up your sleeve. Funny stuff never goes out of style, and even some beloved yucks from your own childhood will likely make the smaller set crack up. After all, the best gift you can give anyone is joy.

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How do you help someone who has lost their Christmas spirit?Emma Kumer/rd.com

How do you help someone who has lost their Christmas spirit?

Nurse them back to elf. Ba-dum-bump!

Don’t miss this roundup of knock knock jokes that are genuinely funny!

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What is a Christmas tree's favorite candy?Emma Kumer/rd.com

What is a Christmas tree’s favourite candy?

Orna-mints!

Here’s some interesting holiday trivia while we’re on the topic: According to the National Christmas Tree Association, it takes an average of seven years for a tree to grow tall enough to be ready for sale. Find out the best time to buy a Christmas tree in Canada.

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Why does everyone love Frosty the Snowman?Emma Kumer/rd.com

Why does everyone love Frosty the Snowman?

He’s cool.

Did you know the tune “Frosty the Snowman” was written in 1950 by Jack Rollins and Steve Nelson? It was meant to capitalize on the success of 1949’s “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”

Here are the 20 best Christmas songs—ranked!

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What do you call an elf wearing earmuffs?

Anything you want—he can’t hear you!

Attention puzzle pros: Can you find the doll hidden in this Christmas puzzle?

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What do snowmen eat for breakfast?Emma Kumer/rd.com

What do snowmen eat for breakfast?

Snowflakes.

Did you know the building of snowmen actually dates all the way back to the Middle Ages? Discover 12 fun facts about Christmas in Canada.

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Knock, knock!Emma Kumer/rd.com

Knock, knock!

Who’s there?

Donut.

Donut who?

Donut open this present until Christmas!

Tired of giving presents that end up collecting dust on the shelf? These great gifts under $50 are guaranteed to please.

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What do you call an obnoxious reindeer?Emma Kumer/rd.com

What do you call an obnoxious reindeer?

Rude-olph.

Learn how to make your own candy cane reindeer with these DIY Christmas decoration tips.

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Where does Santa keep all his money?Emma Kumer/rd.com

Where does Santa keep all his money?

At the local snow bank.

Putting pen to paper for your own season’s greetings? Here’s helpful advice on what to write in a Christmas card.

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What did the grumpy sheep say when his friends wished him a Merry Christmas?Emma Kumer/rd.com

What did the grumpy sheep say when his friends wished him a Merry Christmas?

Baaaa humbug!

Of course, the phrase “Bah! Humbug!” was made popular by Ebeneezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, but it actually dates back to the 1750s, notes CNN.

Test your knowledge of Charles Dickens’ classic with our tricky A Christmas Carol quiz.

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What do you get when you cross a snowman and a vampire?