‘Tis the season to be jolly, and what better way to get into the Christmas spirit than spreading some joy and giggles with fun and festive jokes. These Christmas jokes for kids are tree-mendous and will have everyone laughing all the way through the ha-ha-holidays.
From the huge family Christmas parties my parents hosted when I was growing up to the icing cookies that have been THE holiday cookie of choice since I can remember to the glow of Christmas lights and decorations, I love the Christmas holiday season.
Print, color and cut out these ornaments, then hide them in your Christmas tree or around the house for a fun Hide-and-Find game!
Start a new holiday tradition with this Hide-and-Find ornament game! Here's how to play:
Turn your home into Santa’s workshop! Even your littlest elf can help create cheerful decorations and other festive signs of the season.
Babies and Toddlers (ages 0 to 2)
1. This simple candy-cane craft is made with just a few household materials.
One blustery November morning on the day before Thanksgiving many years ago found me deep in the preparations for our annual Thanksgiving dinner. As I chopped potatoes and sautéed vegetables, I could feel the warmth of our fireplace in the family room.
There are many reasons why the holiday season can hurt. We see ads and movies depicting this time of year as joyful and connected. But some families are experiencing hardships – the loss of a job, or a devastating illness or grief after losing a loved one.
Try something new for your next holiday party—make these edible favors with your kids. They'll love making, baking and decorating the treats for others (and themselves!). Add guests’ names on the cookies and use them as place settings at the table if you like.
Kids can be all thumbs wrapping presents, but they love popping gifts into Christmas trbags they’ve made themselves. These reindeer gift bags can even be lined up as a “herd” and displayed on a mantel or a table in the hallway until gift-giving time rolls around.
For those who celebrate, Christmas is a chance to reflect on all the reasons we have to be grateful. But there are other lesser-known days in December that also give kind kids a chance to exercise their empathy.
When it’s time to pass around the mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie, serve up a few of these Thanksgiving jokes for kids. Everyone will want to gobble up these Thanksgiving jokes because they are deliciously funny.