25 Gut Busting Knock Knock Jokes For Kids1

My kids will laugh uncontrollably any day of the week through any kind of weather whether it be waiting in long lines at the grocery store, waiting to be served at restaurants, or long car rides at knock knock jokes. knock knock jokes have been around forever and guess what the knock knock jokes from my childhood are just as funny today as they were back then. Go figure.  

Knock Knock jokes just kind of go hand in hand for kids. And what a better time than summer to be trying them out on their friends what with sleepovers and the days of summer spent playing and exploring the great outdoors together. I just happen to have access to a bunch and would love to share them with you to give them to your kids.

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Amish.  Amish who?  Really?  You don’t look like a shoe!

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Harry.  Harry who?  Harry up and answer the door!

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Wooden shoe.  Wooden shoe who?  Wooden shoe like to hear another joke?

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Goliath.  Goliath who?  Goliath down, you look-eth tired!

Knock, knock. Who’s there? A little old lady. A little old lady who? Wow! I didn’t know you could yodel.

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Canoe.  Canoe who?  Canoe come out and play with me?

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Ice cream.  Ice cream who?  Ice cream if you don’t let me in!

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Atch.  Atch who?  Bless you!

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Boo.  Boo hoo?  Why are you crying?

Boys Telling knock knock jokes

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Cash.  Cash who?  No thanks, but I’ll take a peanut if you have one!

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Yah.  Yah who?  No, I prefer google.

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Orange.  Orange who?  Orange you glad I didn’t say banana?

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Alpaca.  Alpaca who?  Alpaca the suitcase, you load the car!

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Leaf.  Leaf who?  Leaf me alone!

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Dishes.  Dishes who?  Dishes the police!  Open up!

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Isabel.  Isabel who?  Isabel working?  I had to knock!

Knock, knock.  Who’s there?  Tank.  Tank who?  You’re welcome!

Knock Knock Who’s There? Hoo Hoo who? I think there’s an owl in here!

Knock Knock Who’s There? Cows go. Cows go who? No, silly, cows go “moo.”

Knock Knock Who’s There? Water. Water who? Water you doing tonight?

Knock Knock. Who’s there? Nana. Nana who? Nana your business!

Knock Knock Who’s there? Interrupting cow. Interrupting co…. MOO!!!

Knock Knock Who’s there? Lettuce. Lettuce who? Lettuce in, it’s freezing out here!

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Dewey. Dewey who? Dewey have to go to school today?

Knock-knock. Who’s there? Don Juan! Don Juan who? Don Juan to go to school!

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Olive. Olive who? Olive you.

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Eyesore. Eyesore who? Eyesore (I sure) do love you!

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Howard! Howard who? Howard you like a big hug!

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Abby. Abby who? Abby birthday to you!

Knock, Knock. Who’s there? Rabbit. Rabbit who? Rabbit carefully, it’s a present.

 

What are some of your funniest knock knock jokes? I would sure love to hear them so please leave me a comment with your jokes down below.

Thanks and take care,

 

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