Bethany Roberts' Christmas Fun for Kids:  Jokes and Riddles

Bethany Roberts' 

Jolly Jokes & Riddles  

Knock, knock.
Who's there?
Mary who?
Mary Christmas!
Q. Why did Santa have three gardens?
A. So he could hoe, hoe, hoe!
Q. What did the cow say on Christmas morning?
A. Mooo-ry Christmas!
Q. What goes ho-ho-swoosh?  Ho-ho-swoosh?
A. Santa caught in a revolving door!
Q. What is the end of Christmas?
A. The letter s!
Q. What do you call a flamingo at the North Pole?
A. Lost!
Q. What did one angel say to the other?
A. Halo there!
Q. What did Santa Claus say to Mrs. Claus when he looked out the window?
A. It looks like rain, dear!  (rein-deer)
Q. What is the difference between the alphabet and the Christmas alphabet?
A. The Christmas alphabet has No L!  (Noel) 
Q. What did the big candle say to the little candle?
A. I'm going out tonight!
Q. What did the bald man say when he got a comb for Christmas?
A. Thanks, I'll never part with it!

Q. What did the buck say to the doe on Christmas Day?
A. Merry Christmas, Dear!

Q. How do sheep greet each other at Christmas?
A. Merry Christmas to ewe!
Q. How do Mexican sheep say Merry Christmas?
A. Fleece Navidad!
Q. What do snowmen eat for breakfast?
A. Snowflakes!
Q. What do snowmen eat for lunch?
A. Iceburgers!
Q. What kind of ball doesn't bounce?
A. A snowball!
Q. Who delivers presents to good little baby sharks at Christmas?
A. Santa Jaws!
Q. Who delivers presents to good little baby kitties at Christmas?
A. Santa Paws!
Q. What do monkeys sing at Christmas?
Jungle Bells!
A. What do reindeer have that no other animal on earth has?
Baby reindeer!
Q. What's red and green and guides Santa's sleigh?
A. Rudolph the red-nosed pickle!
Q. How do you know if there's a reindeer in your refrigerator?
A. Look for hoofprints in the butter!
Q. Why did the Christmas cookie go to the doctor?
A. It was feeling crummy!
Q. Why did Santa push his bed into the fireplace?
A. He wanted to sleep like a log!
Q.  What goes OH, OH, OH?
A.  Santa walking backwards!
Knock, knock.
Who's there?
Holly who?
Happy Holly-days!


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