Happy Thanksgiving! This holiday is in the top three for a lot of us. That’s because Thanksgiving is the perfect combination of family, food, football, and just a feeling of comfy-coziness. The fact that Christmas is right around the corner doesn’t hurt, either! But sometimes, Thanksgiving Day can get a little tense. So why not sprinkle in some Thanksgiving riddles?
Kids will love to entertain aunts and uncles or be the riddler at the kid table. And riddles are perfect if you need to keep the kids out of your way as you baste the turkey or put the finishing touches on your famous green bean casserole. (If you really need to keep them busy, try our Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt Printable!) These Thanksgiving riddles will make all your loved ones use their heads and hopefully chuckle a little, too! If you love riddles, we have tons more (and so does All Pro Dad!). You can even get primed for Christmas with riddles like this one: How do kids know Santa is in the house? Find Christmas riddles and more here.
Q: Who is never hungry on Thanksgiving?
A: The turkey, because it’s always stuffed
Q: Why can’t you take a turkey to church?
A: They use fowl language.
Q: What did the turkey say to the computer?
A: Google, google!
Q: I have ears but I cannot hear and I have flakes but I have no hair. What am I?
Q: What do the Pilgrims, Indians, and Puritans have in common?
A: The letter “I”
Q: At Thanksgiving dinner, which hand should you butter your roll with?
A: Neither—you should use a knife.
Q: When the Pilgrims landed, where did they stand?
A: On their feet
Q: If the Pilgrims were alive today, what would they be most famous for?
A: Their age
Q: If it took three people four hours to roast a turkey, how many hours would it take four people to roast the same turkey?
A: None! The turkey is already cooked.
Q: Why did Johnny get bad grades after Thanksgiving?
A: Because everything is marked down after the holidays!
Your turn! Share your favorite Thanksgiving riddle or joke in the comments. If you’re looking for more, our fatherhood site, All Pro Dad, got in on the riddle fun, too!