There is nothing sweeter than the laughter of a child. Making our kids laugh creates memories and enables us to connect more easily. As spring and new life are in full bloom, we put together some seasonal jokes to tell your kids to add laughter to the mix. They may be a bit corny, but kids will love them. (And we want you to start today off with a good laugh too, so we included some great stuff from Jeff Foxworthy.)
How excited was the gardener about spring? So excited he wet his plants.
Does February like March? No, but April May
When do monkeys fall from the sky? During APE-ril showers
What season is it best to go on a trampoline? Spring time
What do you call a rabbit with flees? Bugs Bunny
What goes up when the rain goes down? Umbrellas
What month of the year is the shortest? May (only 3 letters)
Name a bow that can’t be tied. A rainbow
What’s Irish and comes out in Spring? Paddy O’Furniture
Where will you be in five years? I don’t know. I don’t have 2020 vision.
Why did Cinderella get kicked off the baseball team? She always ran away from the ball.
Why was the bee mad? You’d be mad too if someone stole your honey and nectar.
If you refer to the 5th grade as “my senior year”…
If you think the nutcracker is something you did off the high dive…
If your family tree does not fork…
If you named your son Dale Jr. and your name isn’t Dale…
If an episode of Walker Texas Ranger changed your life…
The Redneck Dictionary
Mayonnaise: “Mayonnaise a lot of people here tonight.”
Aorta: “Aorta cut that grass down by the ball fields.”
Initiate: “My wife ate 2 hamburgers, initiate a bag of potato chips.”
Whitchididja: “Hey you didn’t bring your truck whitchididja?”
Looking for more fun? Try these St. Patrick’s Day riddles as well as these great riddles for kids.
Huddle up with your kids and tell them some jokes.