Whether you’re on a road trip or are babysitting your sister’s kids, it’s good to have a few jokes up your sleeve. The beauty of kids jokes is that they’re easy to remember and fairly simple. While they might not be the funniest thing for adults, kids sure do get a kick out of them. So, to help you load up on kid jokes, we’ve put together this list. Ready for a good chuckle? Here are 25 Hilariously Silly Jokes For Kids.
What time do you go to the dentist?
What do you call cheese that isn’t yours?
Why did the boy bring the ladder to school?
Because he was going to high school.
What do you call a fake noodle?
What do you call a cow with two legs?
Why was the math book sad?
Because it had so many problems.
Where do pencils go for vacation?
How do all the oceans say hello to each other?
Why was the student's report card wet?
It was below C Level.
Why do bananas have to put on sunscreen before they go to the beach?
Because they might peel.
Why did the golfer wear two pairs of pants?
In case he got a hole in one.
What do Santa’s elves drink?
How do you know if there’s an elephant under your bed?
Your head hits the ceiling.
What room does a ghost not need?
A living room.
Which flower talks the most?
Tulips because they have two lips.
What do planets like to read?
What do you call a pig that knows karate?
A Pork chop
What do you call a baby bear with no teeth?
A gummy bear
What do you call an exploding monkey?
What would happen if pigs could fly?
The price of bacon would go up.
What did 0 say to 8?
Why can’t you trust atoms?
They make up everything.
Why did the scarecrow win an award?
Because he was the best in his field.
What do you call an alligator wearing a vest?
Ivana come in, please open the door!
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