{Funny} Jokes For Kids | Children’s Jokes

By | July 23, 2017

Hello Reader’s I hope you have very well today i am going to share funny jokes for kids .These are a long list of jokes for the little ones.these jokes will make the little ones happy for sure.they will tickle the tummies of kids and they will be happy for sure. jokes for kids you can get from this website when we have boring all of the peoples are getting fun with reading comedy jokes when the kids get bored from studies or when they are mood –off then these jokes will certailnly will make them happy.

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Funny Jokes For Kids

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Q: What do you call a parade of rabbits hopping backwards?

A: a receding hare-line.

 

Q: What’s the different between a cat and a comma?

 

A: A cat has claws at the end of paws; A comma is a pause at the end of a clause.

 

Knock! Knock!

Who’s there?

Yule log.

Yule log who?

Yule log the door after you let me in, won’t you?

 

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The topic for my third-grade class was genetics. Smiling broadly, I pointed to my dimples and asked, “What trait do you think I passed on to my children?”

One student called out, “Wrinkles!”

 

When my eight-year-old asked how I knew I was pregnant, I told her I had taken a pregnancy test. “Oh,” she said. “What questions were on the test?”

A few weeks? after the death of my father-in-law, I found my seven-year-old son crying in bed. His grandmother had died the previous year, and he was taking it all very hard. “You know, Kyle,” I said, “when we die, we’ll get to see Grandma and Grandpa again in heaven.”

With tears spilling down his face, Kyle cried, “That’s easy for you to say. You don’t have that long!”

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When I took my school-age daughters to a lunch with veterans, I told them to ask questions. One of the men said he’d fought in the Korean War, and the girls were so impressed that the eldest wanted to know more: “Did you fight for the North or the South?”

My daughter loved the picture frame her five-year-old son bought her for Mother’s Day. She found a photograph of him and replaced the cat photo that came with it. Landon became upset: “Why are you putting a picture of me in there when I bought you a picture of a cat?”

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My two sons, Jake and Austin, are a handful. So I wasn’t surprised that Dad looked frazzled after we took them to a football game.

“It will be a cold day in #@%* before we come to another game,” he muttered.

“Did you hear that?” Jake shouted to Austin. “Grandpa’s going to take us to a game in December!”

 

 

Following his motivational talk at a Weight Watchers meeting, my father noticed one client’s small son climbing onto a scale.

“Don’t go on that, Joey,” warned the boy’s slightly older brother.

“It makes people cry.”

 

 

 

We were shopping for clothes when my 13-year-old daughter spotted a hat with “Guinness” written on it. She put it on and proclaimed, “Look! I’m a genius!”

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Our elementary school was honoring local veterans. The students were a bit intimidated and didn’t know how to approach them.

“Start by introducing yourself,”

I said. “Then ask what branch of the military they served in.”

One student walked over to a vet and promptly asked, “What tree are you from?”

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“Boys just like one thing,” my ten-year-old told a friend. Oh, no, the end of her innocence, I thought. Then she announced her finding: “PlayStations.”

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My husband, a deputy district attorney, was teaching an antidrug class to a group of Cub Scouts. When he asked if anyone could list the gateway drugs, one Scout had the answer: “Cigarettes, beer, and marinara.”

 

My five-year-old son is crazy about cars, so I took him to his 
first car show. He loved seeing all 
the different models and brands 
and gushed over the big engines, 
the colors, and even the wheels. But the car he was most impressed with was a hearse. “Mom!” he shouted. “Look at all this storage!”

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I was visiting a friend who could not find her cordless phone. After several minutes of searching, her young daughter said, “You know what they should invent? A phone that stays connected to its base so it never gets lost.”

 

A few weeks? after the death of my father-in-law, I found my seven-year-old son crying in bed. His grandmother had died the previous year, and he was taking it all very hard. “You know, Kyle,” I said, “when we die, we’ll get to see Grandma and Grandpa again in heaven.”

With tears spilling down his face, Kyle cried, “That’s easy for you to say. You don’t have that long!”

 

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Our six-year-old daughter, Terra, has a need to ask questions … lots of questions. Finally, one day, my wife had had it.

“Have you ever heard that curiosity killed the cat?” my wife asked.

“No,” replied Terra.

“Well, there was a cat, and he was very inquisitive. And one day, he looked into a big hole, fell in, and died!”

Terra was intrigued: “What was in the hole?”

 

 

When my eight-year-old sister came to visit, I took a day off from my job at the Pentagon and showed her the Lincoln Memorial. There she saw a large block of text—273 words long—etched into the monument.

“What’s that?” she asked.

“Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address,” I told her.

“If that’s his address, how does he get any mail?”

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My five-year-old grandson was looking through some old photos when he noticed his grandfather in his Marine dress blues.

“What kind of costume is that?” he asked.

“That’s not a costume,” his grandfather growled. “Men have died for that uniform.”

The boy looked up and said, “So you stole it, then?”

 

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The first time my son was on a bike with training wheels, I shouted, “Step back on the pedals and the bike will brake!”

He nodded but still rode straight into a bush.

“Why didn’t you push back on the pedals?” I asked, helping him up.

“You said if I did, the bike would break.”

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When he received a journal as a gift, my eight-year-old son was mystified. “Mom, what am I supposed to do with this? The pages are blank.”

“You write down interesting stuff that happens to you,” I said.

“So it’s like a blog … on paper.”

 

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“Daddy,” said my 11-year-old daughter, “I think I want to join the Army.”

“Baby,” I answered, “I think the Air Force would be a better option for you.”

“But I don’t want to be a pilot.”

“You don’t have to be a pilot,” I told her. “There are other jobs in the Air Force.”

Her answer: “I don’t want to be a flight attendant either.”

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My cousin, a teacher, asked her young students, “Why should you never accept candy from strangers?” One girl knew. “Because it might be past the sell-by date.”

 

My sister had been ill, so I called to see how she was doing. My ten-year-old niece answered the phone. “Hello,” she whispered.

“Hi, honey. How’s your mother?” I asked.

“She’s sleeping,” she answered, again in a whisper.

“Did she go to the doctor?”

“Yes. She got some medicine,” my niece said softly.

“Well, don’t wake her up. Just tell her I called. What are you doing, by the way?”

Again in a soft whisper, she answered, “Practicing my trumpet.”

 

 

A first-grader came to the ophthalmology office where I work to have his vision checked. He sat down and I turned off the lights. Then I switched on a projector that flashed the letters F, Z and B on a screen. I asked the boy what he saw.

Without hesitation he replied, “Consonants.”

 

 

Forget about Halloween. If you’re really eager to frighten the kids, just read them these headlines. “TV ads boost eating of obese children”

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Every morning, I do a mad dash to drop off my son Tyler at day care so I can get to work on time. My impatience hit home one morning when he piped up from the back of the car, “Our car is really fast and everyone else’s is slow because they’re all idiots, right, Mom?”

 

 

 

Luke, our venturesome 14-month-old son, was at my mother-in-law’s house. He was playing with her car keys when the phone rang. After hanging up, my mother-in-law realized that Luke had put the keys down someplace, but she couldn’t find them anywhere. Thinking quickly, she gave him another set of keys.

As she pretended not to look, Luke toddled around the corner and into her bedroom. Then she watched as he carefully placed the second set of keys under her bed—right next to the original car keys.

 

 

When my daughter was little, we took a vacation to Florida. Seated on the airplane near the wing, I pointed out to Rhonda that we were above the ocean. “Can you see the water?” I asked her.

“No,” she said, peering out the window at the wing, “but I can see the diving board.”

 

 

My cousin, a teacher, asked her young students, “Why should you never accept candy from strangers?” One girl knew. “Because it might be past the sell-by date.”

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One night our local newscaster was reading about an allegation that two Sesame Street characters, Bert and Ernie, were gay. The show’s producer refuted this, pointing out that they were only puppets, not humans. They argued a lot and then made up to show children how to resolve conflicts and stay friends.

While watching this report, my wife, Donna, noticed that our seven-year-old daughter was also listening. As Donna struggled to come up with an explanation for the term “gay,” our crestfallen daughter said in dismay, “They’re puppets?”

 

 

While taking a routine vandalism report at an elementary school, I was interrupted by a little girl about six years old. Looking up and down at my uniform, she asked, “Are you a cop?”

“Yes,” I answered, and continued writing the report.

“My mother said if I ever needed help I should ask the police. Is that right?”

“Yes, that’s right,” I told sher.

“Well, then,” she said as she extended her foot toward me, “would you please tie my shoe?”

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