Lunchbox Holiday Notes for Kids are a Great Way to Connect with Family Fun

holiday note picI had so much fun sharing the last set of Lunchbox notes that I decided to search the web and pick our top six to share for the current holiday season.  All you have to do is click on the link below to pull up the pdf, print it, clip the notes & pack away.  All of the answers for this round of kid fun is below the picture.

So far, my youngest immediately got the first one, but was stumped on the other five.  I will be missing the lunchbox packing fun once we’re done with elementary school, so here’s to a little Kid Fun, which I think is more parent fun on occasion :)!

Holiday Lunchbox Joke Notes

holiday 2013 lunchbox joke notes

Riddle: Where do snowmen keep their money?

Answer: In a Snow Bank.

Riddle: What did the gingerbread man put on his bed?

Answer: A baking sheet.

Riddle: What did the reindeer say to the elf?

Answer: Nothing, reindeer don’t talk.

Riddle: What do get when you cross an apple with a Christmas tree?

Answer: A pineapple.

Riddle: What’s in December that’s not in any other month?

Answer: The letter ‘D’.

Riddle: What do snowmen eat for breakfast?

Answer: Frosted flakes.

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    • admin_fitz says

      THANK YOU for the invite…I am so bummed that I missed the hop with my crazy holiday schedule…I will definitely be watching for when you start back up. Hope the holidays were good :).

  1. says

    My son would love these! He loves to tell jokes to anyone who will listen. Will be making some up today! Pinning, and would love if you stopped by and linked up to What’d You Do This Weekend. Thanks for sharing and have a great day!

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