Easter jokes for kids

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Easter jokes for kids
Easter jokes might prove as popular with children as painted eggs. (Jupiterimages/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images)

Bunnies, eggs, rabbits and chicks all feature prominently in Easter jokes for kids. They are intended to be suitable for all ages and provide gentle amusement during the Easter holiday period. Easter is not necessarily an obvious pairing with humour, so be creative when presenting these seasonal jokes to your children.


The Easter festival is more associated with the most significant event in the Christian religion -- the resurrection of Jesus Christ. However, Easter jokes for kids need not distract from the more momentous message. They provide a way to involve children in Easter celebrations and educate them about the Easter festival in a fun way.


Activity Village has a page of Easter jokes for kids. This includes bookmarks with Easter jokes that you can print, cut out and hand to your children. The bookmarks feature a baby chick, Easter eggs and a rabbit. Place a different bookmark in your child’s school reading book every day throughout the Easter period to make the chore of practicing reading more enjoyable, while reminding the child about the special status of the Easter festival.

Lunch box notes

Activity Village also offers Easter jokes for kids in the form of lunch box notes. You can pop one in your child’s lunch box every day. If other parents do the same, the kids could swap jokes at the dining table. Check with the school first to ensure that lunch box jokes are acceptable. If so, you could even make your own by hand, rather than simply downloading them.


For straightforward Easter jokes for kids to read, learn and tell their friends, you will find several suitable sources. Squigly’s Playhouse has Easter riddles and jokes of the “knock knock” type. The riddles feature puns and fun twisted logic. Huffington Post has twenty family jokes on offer, while Irish Central offers its top ten contenders. You can also buy a whole book of Easter jokes for kids if you really want to keep them smiling over the holiday period.

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