Printable Lunchbox Jokes for Kids

Printable lunch box jokes for kids

In Kids by Sara McCarty1 Comment

Knock, knock…

While April may be rainy and gloomy at times, it’s also National Humor Month, which means it’s the perfect time to bust out your best corny jokes, witty limericks, and brain-teasing riddles. Whether you’re a fan of the classic knock-knock joke or into funny puns (punnies?), don’t resist the chance to pass on the therapeutic value of humor to your kids. After all, laughter lifts spirits, relieves stress and improves quality of life. Plus, it’s the one contagious thing you’ll actually want your kids to pass around! No matter what age you and your kids are, humor and laughter are good for the soul.

10 Free Printable Lunch Box Jokes for Kids

Print and laugh with this free printable

Whether your kids share your quirky sense of humor or have one entirely their own, we can help in the laughter department. This free printable has 10 hilarious tried-and-true jokes for kids with punchlines that your children are sure to love and want to share with their friends. Feel free to print them out (link to the printable below) and include one in their lunch box, hide one in a book, or tape one to their alarm clock over the next few weeks or anytime your kid might need a little pick me up. Who knows, they might even give you a little credit for being funny… but I wouldn’t hold my breath.

Printable Lunch Box Jokes for Kids (FREE!)

{Printable PDF Lunchbox Jokes for Kids}

What your favorite kid-friendly joke?

Meet the Author | Sara McCarty

Sara is a lawyer, blogger and mama of two. She’s passionate about photography, hiking, polka dots, tacos, dogs, camping, birthday parties, ponytails and champagne (not necessarily in that order). She lives in St. Louis and can usually be found chasing her kids through a creek or bribing them with candy to pose for a photo. She blogs at Running From the Law ( about all their travels, outdoor adventures, explorations and everyday life.


  1. Really innovative. This is seriously one of the best ways to keep your children eager to know what is here in the lunch box. This will certainly make your child happy when he/she sees the box.

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