February might be a short month, but it’s always good to have some jokes to share with your kids! These February Jokes for kids are all clean and family-friendly.
Scroll down to the bottom of the post to get free printable jokes! These work great for lunchbox jokes or a funny joke of the day!
Q: Can February March?
A: No, but April May!
Q: What month is the best month to tell a lie?
Q: Do you have a date for Valentine’s day?
A: Yes, February 14th.
Q: Why did the man get fired from the calendar factory?
A: He took a few days off in February thinking nobody would notice.
Q: What is a frog’s favorite month?
A: February. It has a Leap Year.
Q: How many seconds are in a year?
A: Twelve. January second, February second, March second, etc.
Q: What is a ghost’s favorite month?
Q: What month is the best for coffee?
Q: What month enjoys a beer the most?
Q: What do you call a frog born on February 29th?
A: A leap frog.
Q: When is the best day to wear a tutu?
A: February 2nd (2/2).
Q: What did the French groundhog see on February 2nd?
A: His chateau.
Q: Why are people born on Febraury 29th good jumpers?
A: They were born on a leap year!
Q: Sometimes February has 29 days. How many other months have 29 days?
A: All of them.
Q: Why do people walk slowly in Febraury?
A: Because it’s not March.
Download your FREE printable February Jokes.
If you want to do a joke a day with your family, all you need is an 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper or cardstock and your printer! You can print these lunchbox notes to leave around the house, surprise your kids with one in their lunch, or just take a laugh break together!
FREE PRINTABLE FEBRUARY JOKES FOR KIDS
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