A good sense of humour is a really important part of childhood development. Give your toddler a giggle with the very best, easy knock knock jokes for toddlers that are kid-friendly and actually funny.
Does your toddler laugh at the most bizarre things? Like if you change the words of their fave bedtime story. Or if you pretend to sneeze out peas? You can help them develop their sense of humour with this collection of the very best toddler knock knock jokes that are actually funny.
Fun and laughter are an important part of childhood and growing up.
But did you know that laughing at jokes, and telling jokes or trying to be funny, are an integral part of childhood development?
Susan Miller, professor of early childhood education, says that as toddlers become more sociable, they “enjoy sharing their sense of humour with friendly adults.”
And that preschoolers use humour to “laugh off genuine fears they may have.”
Developing a sense of humour enables children to build their confidence, become more resilient and make sense of the world around them.
It’s during toddlerhood that children actively and consciously start trying to make their parents laugh.
They will do silly things to get a reaction, like putting their coat on back to front and then laughing uncontrollably.
Toddlers and preschoolers will also make funny noises, purposefully mix up words and use objects incorrectly, as well as find potty humour irresistibly hilarious.
And we as parent should absolutely encourage this behaviour.
Research shows that a well developed sense of humour has emotional, social and health benefits.
So, with this in mind, I’ve put together a collection of the very best, funny toddler knock knock jokes for you to share with your child.
These have all been road-tested by my girls, GinGin and Roo, who said these are the best children’s knock knock jokes!
Toddler Knock Knock Jokes
- Knock knock
Little old lady
Little old lady who?
I did know you could yodel!
2. Knock knock
Cows go who?
No silly, cows go moo!
3. Knock knock
Ah don’t cry, it’s only a joke!
4. Knock knock
5. Knock knock
6. Knock knock
Interrupting – other person interrupts with Mooo!
7. Knock knock
8. Knock knock
Lena little close and I’ll tell you.
9. Knock knock
Orange you glad I didn’t say banana!
10. Knock knock
Did you just call me a poo?
11. Knock knock
Bumblebee cold if you don’t wear pants!
12. Knock knock
I ate map
I ate map who?
Eww! You ate your poo?
13. Knock knock
14. Knock knock
Don’t be silly, broccoli doesn’t have a last name!
15. Knock knock
Hey lettuce in it’s cold outside!
16. Knock knock
Don’t you know? Cargo beep beep vroom vroom!
17. Knock knock
Oh leaf me alone!
18. Knock knock
Yes, I’m a cuckoo how did you know?
19. Knock knock
Hey Mikey won’t work, can you let me in?
20. Knock knock
21. Knock knock
Nana your business!
This joke was kindly submitted by Victoria from Travel Vixta
22. Knock knock
Annie body home?
23. Knock knock
24. Knock knock
Orange you gonna let me in?
25. Knock knock
I am who?
Well if you don’t know, I can’t help you!
The beauty of knock knock jokes is that they’re formulaic and easy to understand.
They’re the perfect sort of joke to introduce to toddlers and preschoolers, who can add in their own words to make new knock knock jokes they’ll find hilarious.
But I couldn’t resist adding in a few non-knock knock jokes that are our family faves!
Why did the sand blush?
Because the sea weed!
Why did the Frenchman have one egg for breakfast?
Because one egg is un oeuf!
What’s brown and sticky?
What’s red and smells like blue paint?
Why did the M&M go to school?
Because it wanted to be a Smartie!
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