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50+ Spring Jokes for Kids – Free Printable Spring Lunch Notes Included

Adding spring jokes for kids to lunch notes is the perfect way to bring a smile to your child’s face during the middle of their school day. April May bring showers but it can also bring an opportunity for more funny jokes and puns that your kids will love.

Spring is a great season after a long winter. It brings new life, spring flowers, gardens, bees, baby animals, and more. But it also brings April Fool’s Day, springtime jokes, and Easter jokes that your whole family will love.

Is your child in the joke-telling stage? The one where they tell jokes over and over again that really aren’t humorous at all? I hear not so good knock knock jokes all day long in our house.

Instead of hearing the same not-so-funny jokes all day, give your kids the opportunity to learn some spring jokes that will actually make their friends and teachers laugh. There are some real laugh-out-loud jokes included in this list of jokes.

In addition to just listing the jokes for you, I am including a set of spring-themed jokes on 16 printable spring lunch notes for your kids. You can download them for free at the end of this post.

What is your favorite spring joke? Comment with your good jokes below so I can add it to my list!

This image shows a little girl holding an open lunch box with one of the free spring lunch notes available to download at the end of this post.

50+ Spring Jokes for Kids

Q: What do you call a bear stuck in rain?

A: A drizzly bear.

Q: What is a baker’s favorite kind of garden?

A: A flour garden.

Q: What do you give a pig with a rash?

A: OINKment.

Q: What is a tree’s favorite drink?

A: ROOTbeer.

Q: What do you call a cow that eats grass?

A: A lawn MOOer.

Q: What is a frog’s favorite restaurant?

A: IHOP.

Q: Why are frogs so happy?

A: They eat whatever bugs them.

Q: Name a bow that can’t be tied.

A: A rainBOW.

Q: What falls but never gets hurt?

A: The rain.

Q: How excited was the gardener about spring?

A: He was so excited that he wet his plants.

Q: What did the big flower say to the little flower?

A: Hi Bud!

Q: What is the best time of year to go on a trampoline?

A: SPRING time.

Q: How did the bee brush his hair?

A: With a honeycomb.

Q: What happens when you tell an egg a joke?

A: It cracks up.

Q: What is a rabbit’s favorite type of music?

A: Hip Hop.

Q: Does February like March?

A: No, but April May.

Q: Why does the mushroom get invited to all of the parties?

A: Because he’s a FUNgi.

Q: When do monkeys fall from the sky?

A: During APE-ril showers.

Q: What did the dirt say to the rain?

A: If you keep up, my name will be mud.

Q: What did the tree say when it saw the first flower of spring?

A: What a re-LEAF.

Q: Why did the worm cross over the ruler?

A: To become an INCHworm.

Q: How do you make a pool bouncy?

A: Add SPRING water.

Q: What is a tornado’s favorite game?

A: Twister.

Q: What is the most popular pickle in spring?

A: Daffo-DILLS.

Q: What goes up when the rain comes down?

A: Umbrellas.

Q: Why was the baby strawberry sad?

A: His mom was in a jam.

Q: How do bees get to school?

A: On a school buzz.

Q: What do you call a flower that can’t tell the truth?

A: A LIE-lac.

Q: Why do bananas need sunscreen?

A: Because they peel.

Q: Why did the bird have to go to the hospital?

A: For a TWEET-ment.

Q: Why can’t you iron a four-leaf clover?

A: You don’t want to press your luck.

Q: Why did the farmer plant seeds in the pond?

A: He was trying to grow WATERmelons.

Q: What do you call a fancy plant that roars?

A: A dandy-LION.

Q: Who tells the best egg jokes?

A: Comedi-HENS.

Q: What is a baby chick’s favorite plant?

A: An EGGplant.

Q: What day of the week does an Easter egg hate the most?

A: FRY-days.

Q: How is the letter A like a flower?

A: Because a bee comes after it.

Q: What do you call a rabbit with fleas?

A: Bugs Bunny.

Q: What grows between your nose and chin?

A: Tulips.

Q: What do ducks like to have for lunch?

A: Soup and quackers.

Q: What type of bunny can’t hop?

A: A chocolate one.

Q: Why did the Easter bunny cross the road?

A: Because the chicken stole had his Easter eggs.

Q: Why did the egg hide?

A: Because he was a little chicken.

Q: What is the best flower for a boy to give his mom?

A: A SON-flower!

Q: What did the rabbit say to the carrot?

A: It was nice gnawing you.

Q: How do bunnies travel?

A: By hare-planes.

Q: What kind of books do bunnies like?

A: Ones with hoppy endings.

Q: If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring?

A: Pilgrims.

Q: What is the shortest month of the year?

A: May.

Q: What did the mother worm say to the little worm when he got home late?

A: Where on Earth have you been?

Q: Why is everyone so tired in March?

A: Because they just finished a 31-day March.

Q: Why are oak trees so forgiving?

A: Every spring they turn over a new leaf.

Q: What kind of jewelry does the Easter bunny wear?

A: 14 carrot gold.

Why is spring a great season to start a gardening business?

A: Because it’s when you can really RAKE in the money!

What type of bird should you never take to the bank?

A: A robin.

Free Printable Spring Lunch Notes for Kids

I chose 16 of the 50 free jokes to put onto lunch notes for kids’ school lunches. In addition to the joke, each note includes sweet clip art that pairs with the silly jokes. Here is what the free spring lunch notes look like.

This image shows some of the lunch notes with spring jokes for kids available to download at the end of this post.

This image shows some of the lunch notes with spring jokes for kids available to download at the end of this post.

My Kid Buys Lunch, How Can I Use these Free Printable Spring Jokes?

If your child doesn’t buy lunch, that’s okay. There are other fun ways to share these funny spring jokes with your child.

Print the notes and leave them on their pillow to read before bed. Or, place them at their seat for breakfast or dinner on a spring day.

Just like we show our significant others and friends that we care by writing them a text or a note, you can show your child an act of kindness with these adorable printable spring joke notes.

How Many Lunch Notes are Included?

There are 16 free lunch notes with a different spring joke on each. You get 2 free printable pages of 8 notes each.

While these notes are great to use for April Fool’s Day, they can be used for the entire spring season.

Want more Free Joke Lunch Notes?

Download even more free lunch notes. Get this set of kid jokes for lunch lunch boxes.

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