These Valentine’s kids jokes are a great activity that will have everyone giggling!

I love coming up with fun holiday themed activities for my kids. One of their favorites are the joke decoding activities. With Valentine’s Day coming up soon, it’s the perfect time to share this post with you so your kids can enjoy figuring out the jokes too!

If you have more than one child who will be working on solving the jokes, I recommend the following to help prevent any fights that may or may not break out due to kids looking at each others papers: *wink*

  • Have them sit in different areas of the room or on opposite ends of the table.
  • Give them only one joke + the legend and have them work together to solve it.
  • Print off multiple copies of the legend/last page and give them each one legend and a joke so they aren’t all trying to solve the same jokes. Then they can tell them to each other!

There are 3 jokes and each one is separated by a line. To print off your copy, you simply need to enter your email below and it will be sent to you as an easy to print PDF file.

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You can find the answer to each Valentine’s decoding activity below:

Joke 1: What do you call two birds in love? Tweethearts

Joke 2: What did the refrigerator say to the magnet? I find you very attractive

Joke 3: What did one light bulb say to the other? I love you watts and watts

If you don’t have time to print these off and let the kids figure out the jokes on their own, you could also just include one of the jokes with their lunch or tell them sometime during the day! This is a fun way to incorporate a little Valentine’s fun for your kids.

And if you’re looking for more ways to add a little extra L-O-V-E around your home, be sure to check out these other Valentine’s inspired crafts, DIYs and printables!

Laura from Me and My INKlings is sharing a Free Printable for Valentine’s Day Snowman Soup along with the recipe

Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama has a fun and flirty set of Chocolate is My Valentine Cupcake Toppers to download for free

Laura from Laura’s Crafty Life has created a Farmhouse Style Love Sign with supplies from Dollar Tree

Smitha from Smiling Colors is sharing an Organic Heart Pattern Journal Page that she water colored with Tombow

Shani from Sunshine and Munchkins has created a Free Printable Valentine’s Day Joke Decoding Activity

Justine from Little Dove has created Heart Shaped Bath Bombs with a surprise inside plus a Free Printable Tag for Gifting

Erica from Five Little Monsters is sharing the sweetest Heart Shaped Crocheted Treat Bag including the complete pattern

Kelsey from Poofy Cheeks has the full step-by-step tutorial for a DIY Snow Globe Tumbler and we are all obsessed

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