Keep yourself amused in every season with the funniest jokes for kids about summer and winter! Perfect for children of all ages, these jokes are clean and family friendly.
Mark the changing seasons with humor. This list of kids’ jokes for summer and winter will make sure you’re never short of a giggle!
JOKES FOR KIDS ABOUT SUMMER
Q. What do frogs drink on a warm summer’s day?
Q. What do you do if you get rejected from a job at a sunscreen factory?
Q. What do bees say in Summer?
A. S’warm, isn’t it?
Q. Why don’t mummies go on summer vacation?
A. They’re afraid to relax and unwind!
Q. What is a shark’s favorite sandwich?
A. Peanut butter and jellyfish.
Q. Why do robots take holidays?
A. To re-charge their batteries!
Q. Why do bananas use sunscreen?
A. Because they peel!
Q. Why are teachers so rude during summer vacation?
A. Because they have no class!
Q. What do you call a Labrador at the beach in July?
A. A hot dog!
Q. Why is the beach such a friendly place?
A. Because it waves!
Q. What does the sun drink out of?
Q. Where do sharks go on holiday?
Q. Why didn’t the elephant bring a suitcase for his vacation?
A. He already has a trunk!
Q. What did the bread do on vacation?
A. It loafed around.
Q. Why can’t basketball players go on holiday?
A. They’d get called for traveling.
JOKES FOR KIDS ABOUT WINTER
Q. What happens when the winter arrives?
A. Autumn leaves!
Q. What does a cyclist ride in the winter?
A. An icicle!
Q. What did the hat say to the scarf?
A. You hang around here while I go on ahead!
Q. What’s an ig?
A. A house without a loo!
Q. What do you call a snowman’s dog?
A. A slush puppy!
Q. Why was the snowman rummaging in a bag of carrots?
A. He was picking his nose!
Q. If you live in an igloo, what’s the worst thing about global warming?
A. No privacy!
Q. What sits on the bottom of the Arctic Ocean and shakes?
A. A nervous wreck!
Q. What vegetable was forbidden on the ships of Arctic explorers?
Q. What do you call a snowman party?
A. A snowball
Q. Where do seals go to see movies?
A. The dive-in!
Q. What did the detective in the Arctic say to the suspect?
A. “Where were you on the night of September to March?”
Q. Where does a snowman keep his money?
A. In a snow bank.
Q. What do you have in December that you can’t have in any other month?
A. The letter D
Q. What did the icy road say to the truck?
A. Want to go for a spin?
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