What does your family do on Easter Sunday? Do you get dressed up, go to church, make a big meal, and hunt for Easter eggs? That’s a pretty solid day! One thing you might not do, but totally should, is tell some jokes and Easter riddles for kids. A good brain teaser or chuckle will bring even more joy to an already delightful day. You could even print some and put them inside cute plastic eggs!
The cool thing about Easter riddles for kids is that they bring the whole family together. The kids can read the riddles and try to stump the adults, or you can test their problem-solving skills and sit back and watch their wheels turn. Kids think riddles are fun (and they are), but they also are like little workouts for kids’ brains. If you solve all of these and are ready for more, click here for 300 more awesome riddles—and this printable page is filled with Easter jokes for kids. Have a happy Easter!
Q: What Easter treat can you find at the bottom of the ocean?
A: Oyster eggs
Q: What does the Easter Bunny say when it burps?
A: Eggs-cuse me!
Q: Where does Easter come before Valentine’s Day?
A: In the dictionary
Q: How does Easter end?
A: With an “r”
Q: What do you call a group of rabbits marching backward?
A: A receding hare line
Q: Where does the Easter bunny eat breakfast?
Q: What’s the Easter Bunny’s favorite sport?
Q: What has to be broken before you can use it?
A: An egg (egg-cept on Easter!)
Q: How can you tell which rabbit is the oldest?
A: Look for the gray hare.
Q: How can parents make Easter easier?
A: Replace the “t” with an “i”
Q: Why did the Easter Bunny have to fire the duck?
A: He kept quacking all the eggs!
Q: What’s the best way to catch a rabbit?
A: Pretend to be a carrot
Q: Which branch of the military is a bunny’s favorite?
A: The hare force
Q: On Calvary, there were three, not six. It’s also known as a crucifix.
A: A cross
Q: He came to Earth to show us how to live, how to put others first, how to love, and how to give.
Your turn! Tell us your favorite joke or Easter riddle for kids!