Sleigh it ain’t so, these Santa jokes for kids are sure to ring in the holiday spirit. They are so adorable and sure to make you laugh all season long.
Jokes, especially Christmas jokes, are a great way to spend time with the ones you love and laugh together. Around the holidays, we love to include holiday themed jokes for even more laughter. We share them around the table during dinner, at bedtime, or riding in the car. It is the perfect way to quickly connect with the kids. These Santa jokes are sure to make your kid’s bellies laugh like a bowl full of jelly.
Don’t worry; these Santa jokes won’t make you a rebel without a Santa Claus, because they are kid friendly so that everyone can enjoy them together. So gather around and share these fun Santa jokes together.
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Santa Jokes For Kids
Q: What’s Santa’s favorite fruit?A: (Sugar)plums.
Q: What is Santa’s sister called?A: Mary Christmas!
Q: How did Santa respond when Mrs. Claus told him he forgot something from the store?A:“But I checked the shopping list twice!”
Q: What’s red and white, red and white, red and white?A: Santa rolling down a hill!
Q: Who automatically gets added to the naughty list?A: A rebel without a claus.
Q: What does Santa use to bake cakes?A: Elf-raising flour!
Q: Which of Santa’s friends is the most chill?A: Jack Frost.
Q: What do call Father Christmas after he’s ran a marathon?A: Panta Claus!
Q: Who’s Santa’s favorite singer?A: Elfish Presley.
Q: Why doesn’t Santa use reindeer milk in his coffee?A: He’s on a deery-free diet!
Q: What did Mrs. Claus say to Santa as she looked up at the sky?A: “Looks like rain, dear.”
Q: What’s the difference between a knight and Santa’s reindeer?A: The knight is slayin’ the dragon, and the reindeer are draggin’ the sleigh!
Q: How do Santa’s clothes stay so clean?A: He washes them with (Yule)Tide.
Q: Can you name all of Santa’s reindeer?A: No, they already have names!
Q: What is Santa’s dog’s name?A: Santa Paws.
Q: Why was Santa forced to shut his grotto?A: He was being investigated by the Elf and Safety Executive!
Q: Why are elves such great motivational speakers?A: They have plenty of elf-confidence.
Q: What does Santa say when he has a hard decision to make?A: I’m between a jingle bell rock and a hard place!
Q: Why couldn’t Santa have cereal in the morning?A: All of his bowls were filled with jelly.
Q: What do you sing at Santa’s birthday party?A: Freeze a jolly good fellow!
Q: What kind of drink does Santa give to naughty girls and boys?A: Coal-a.
Q. Why do Dasher and Dancer love coffee?A. Because they’re Santa’s star bucks!
Q: What was wrong with the Grinch on Christmas?A: He was feeling claus-trophobic.
Q. What’s Santa Claus’s favorite type of potato chip?A. Crisp Pringles!
Q: Why doesn’t Santa have to pay for parking his sleigh?A: Because it’s on the house.
Q: When Santa doesn’t want to do something, what does he say?A: “Snow thanks!”
Q: What do you call someone who is deeply afraid of Santa?A: Claus-trophobic.
Q: What’s the difference between a knight and Santa Claus?A: One slays a dragon, the other drags a sleigh.
Q: Why do some people think Santa is a ghost?A: Because he only reveals his presents once a year.
Q: How do elves respond when Santa takes attendance?A: “Present!”
Q: What do you call it when Santa takes a break?A: A Santa Pause.
Q: Why is the alphabet in the North Pole different than the normal alphabet?A: The North Pole’s alphabet has noel.
Q: Why did Santa need to get change for the parking meter?A: With his Pole-aroid camera.
Q: When someone delivers a package to Santa, what do they do?A: Ring the (jingle) bell.
Q: How does Santa take pictures?A: With his Pole-aroid camera.
Q: What breakfast do Santa and his wife like to eat together?A: Mistle-toast.
Q: What kind of motorcycle does Santa ride?A: A “Holly” Davidson.
Q: What does Santa say on the night of Christmas?A: “Time to hit the sack!”
Q: Why did Santa go to the liquor store?A: He was looking for holiday spirits.
Q: What’s Santa’s go-to doughnut order?A: A jolly-filled doughnut.
Q: What do you call Santa’s little helpers?A: Subordinate Clauses.
Q: What do Santa’s elves use to help them walk in the slippery snow?A: Candy canes.
Q: How can Santa deliver presents during a thunderstorm?A: His sleigh is flown by raindeer.
Q: Why was Santa having money problems?A: He was nickel-less.
Q. What’s St. Nicholas’s favorite measurement in the metric system?A. The Santameter!
Q: What does Mrs. Claus sing to Santa on his birthday?A: “Freeze a jolly good fellow!”
Q. What’s red and white and falls down chimneys?A. Santa Klutz!
Q: Does Santa believe in fate?A: Yep, he thinks whatever happens is (orna)meant to be.
Q: What kind of bread did Santa make during quarantine?A: Gingerbread.
Q: What would Santa be called if he went down a chimney with the fire going?A: Crisp Kringle.
Q: How much did Santa’s sleigh cost?A: It was on the house.
Q: Why did Santa and Mrs. Claus extend their garden?A: They love to hoe hoe hoe.
Q: Which of Santa’s reindeer are dinosaurs afraid of?A: Comet.
Q: Why wouldn’t you want to get into a fight with Santa?A: He has a black belt.
Q: Why is Santa scared of chimneys?A: Because he’s claus-trophobic.
Q: What smells the most in Santa’s sleigh?A: Santa’s nose.
Q: How you can tell that Santa is real?A: You can always sense his presents.
Q: What does Santa pack when he goes on a tropical getaway?A: A red suit.
Q: Why did Mrs. Claus get mad at Santa?A: Because her husband was a flake.
Q: Anytime something happens that Santa can’t believe, what does he say?A: “That’s (chest)nuts!”
Q: What is Santa’s primary language?A: North Polish.
Q: What’s Santa’s favorite kind of roll?A: Carols.
Q: What is Santa’s favorite part of baking cookies?A: Rolling out the dough-ho-ho!
Q: What nationality is Santa Claus?A: North Polish.
Q: How did Santa do on the runway?A: He absolutely sleighed it.
Q: Why does Mrs. Claus love the Christmas season?A: It makes her feel so santa-mental.
Q: Why did Mrs Claus give up trying to find Santa?A: He was a lost Claus.
Q: What’s Santa’s go-to fast food order?A: A frosty.
Q: What do they call rules in the North Pole?A: Santa C’Laws.
Q: What did the elves call Santa when he accidentally stepped on a bag of cashews?A: A nutcracker.
Q: Why doesn’t Kris Kingle believe in Santa?A: He thinks it’s all a Ho Ho Hoax.
Q: What’s Santa’s favorite track and field event?A: (North) pole-vaulting.
Q: What’s Santa’s favorite candy?A: Jolly Ranchers.
Q: What do a tree farm and salon have in common?A: Trimmings.
Q: What did Santa name his pet frog?A: Mistletoad.
Q: Where does Santa stay on vacation?A: A ho-ho-hotel.
Q: What’s Santa’s favorite potato chip?A: Kringles.
Q: Who automatically gets added to the nice list?A: Anyone who cleans their chimney.
Q: What do you get when you cross a duck with Santa?A: A Christmas quacker.
Q: What name does Santa use to check in at hotels on beach vacations?A: Sandy Claus.
Q: What was one of Santa’s helpers called who kept making toys for himself?A: S-elf-ish.
Q: Whenever someone asks Santa for help with their Christmas tree, what does he say?A: “Fir sure!”
Q: What goes “oh-oh-oh?”A: Santa walking backward.
Q: What kind of weather is Santa’s favorite?A: Sweater weather
Q: Why does Santa feel indebted to the elves?A: Because he’s an elf-made man.
Q: How does Santa take care of sick people?A: He nurses them back to elf.
Q: Why does Santa use the chimney?A: Because it soots him.
Q: How did Santa’s little helper stop eating cookies?A: He used elf control.
Q: What do Santa and Mrs. Claus play on game night?A: Reindeer games.
Q: What does Santa eat for breakfast?A: Frosted Flakes.
Q: What’s Santa’s favorite cereal?A: Corn (snow)Flakes.
Q: Where does Santa cash his checks?A: At the snow bank.
Q: What do you call an elf who sings?A: A wrapper.
Q: What’s Santa’s favorite candy?A: Jolly Ranchers.
What are your favorite Santa jokes? Be sure to share them in the comments!
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