The holidays are a time for family, food and fun. What better way to spread the cheer than by smiling from ear to ear? Christmas jokes abound on the internet, and we've selected some of the best. Don't be a Scrooge — read on and laugh along.

Here are a few of our favorite kid-friendly one-liners, collected from Jokes4Us, Funology, and the Telegraph:

Q: Why are Christmas trees so bad at sewing stockings?

A: They're always dropping their needles.

Q: What do you call people who are afraid of Santa Claus?

A: Claustrophobic.

Knock, knock.

(Who's there?)


(Hanna who?)

Hanna partridge in a pear tree.

Q: How many letters are in the alphabet at Christmas?

A: Only 25, because there's Noel.

Q: What kind of motorcycle does Santa ride?

A: A Holly Davidson, of course.

Q: Who says Oh Oh Oh on Christmas?

A: Santa walking backward.

Q: What do you call an elf who sings?

A: A wrapper.

Q: What does Santa like to do in the garden in his free time?

A: Hoe, hoe, hoe!

Q: What cereal do elves eat for breakfast?

A: Frosted Flakes.

Knock, knock.

(Who's there?)


(Ivana who?)

Ivana wish you a Merry Christmas.

Q: Why does Santa Claus go down the chimney on Christmas Eve?

A: Because it soots him.

Q: Which of Santa's reindeer likes to clean the most?

A: Comet.

Q: What kinds of hats do snowmen wear?

A: Ice caps.

Q: What did the stamp say to the Christmas card?

A: Stick with me, and we'll go places.

Q: What music does Santa like to play in his sleigh?

A: Elf-is Presley.

Q: Why is it so hard to find Advent calendars?

A: Because in stores, their days are numbered.

Q: Why is Frosty the Snowman so popular?

A: Because he's really cool.

Q: What does Mrs. Claus call Santa when he loses his wallet?

A: Saint Nickel-less.

Knock, knock.

(Who's there?)


(Rabbit who?)

Rabbit up carefully. It's a gift.