Snowman joke tellers are full of silly snowman jokes that are perfect for elementary school students. Grab the free printable for a fun winter party or a simple lunch box treat!
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Silly Jokes for Kids
Joke tellers (sometimes called cootie catchers or fortune tellers) are a fun folded paper craft that have been around for ages. I remember making them with my friends in elementary school and they still delight kids today.
Maybe it’s the cute graphics, maybe it’s the way that a sheet of paper transforms into a 3-D game, or maybe it’s just the corny jokes.
My kids cannot get enough of silly joke telling. They love telling me new jokes they learn and even text their favorites to my sister (who lives in a different state).
Another thing I love about joke tellers? They are the perfect treat for kids!
- They are free.
- They contain no sugar.
- They can be made in just a few minutes.
Free Printable Snowman Joke Tellers
This winter I decided to combine my love of goofy jokes and papercrafts to bring you this silly winter joke teller. It is filled with eight silly snowman jokes that kids love
Snowman Jokes for Kids
The joke teller contains these eight (8) silly jokes:
- What did one snowman say to the other snowman? Do you smell carrots?
- Where do snowmen keep their money? A snow bank.
- What do snowmen eat for breakfast? Ice Krispies
- What do you get when you cross a snowman and a shark? Frostbite!
- Why was the snowman upset? He had a meltdown.
- What do you call a snowman party? A snowball.
- What do snowmen wear on their heads? Ice caps!
- How do snowmen get around town? On a b-icicle!
How to Make Snowman Joke Tellers
Making joke tellers is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
- Grab the free printable joke teller and save it to your computer
- Print the file on matte photo paper for extra bright colors (it is also extra sturdy).
- Follow the included folding instructions and start your own family tradition of silly holiday jokes!
Black and White Version to Color
Snowman joke tellers are popular with teachers and room parents who don’t always have access (or the budget) for color copies. This black and white version can be printed for kids to color. It contains the same fun jokes and graphics!
Snowman Class Party
Use these snowman joke tellers at a winter classroom party. Many elementary schools prefers winter party ideas instead of tradition Christmas party or holiday party activities. Use these snowmen ideas for a fun and festive theme!
More Free Fortune Tellers
I’ve designed lots of fun holiday cootie catchers for kids. Check out these fun versions:
- Valentine’s Day Joke Tellers are a great non-candy classroom treat or lunchbox surprise.
- Father’s Day Joke Tellers make a perfect gift for Dad.
- Halloween Joke Tellers are full of silly jokes perfect for classroom parties or non-candy Halloween treats.
- Saint Patrick’s Day Joke Tellers are a great non-candy classroom treat or lunchbox surprise.
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Josie M Garcia
this is awesome!!! I am so happy I found your page!!! I have a facebook group where i sent mail to kids and am always looking for fun easy to mail things! I am printing your valentine cootie catcher right now!!! Thank you thank you thank you!
I’m looking at this on my phone and am super excited to try this joke teller out, but I cannot seem to find the link to download and print. Am I missing it???
Amy, it’s in the free printable library. Just scroll down until you see the picture of the joke teller you want to download.
I used these and the Christmas ones at a kids’ party. They were a hit! As soon as the kids figured out what they were making, they loved it. Thank you so much for the cute, creative printables.
I’m linking to your site from mine, where I tell about our party.
Thanks, Erin. I’m so glad they were a hit!
JokeTellers? Cootie Catchers? I never really knew the name of these…..
They seem to have lots of names! Salt cellars was a new one to me…
I just used this as a holiday activity for my third grade ESL students. They LOVED making them!!!! Thank you!!!
Thanks, Shelly! I am so glad they were a hit with your class!
I was blessed enough to have stumbled upon this evening on Pinterest! I printed 2 joke tellers for my ist grade for tomorrow. Thank you. I’ll be back.
I also printed out the Asian Cucumber Salad…I can’t wait!
Thank you 🙂
Thanks, Larena! Hope your students enjoy!
Thank you Bren for sharing your fun cootie catchers with us. Our elf, Elfie, is going to play with them today and share them with my kids. You are very talented and I know this takes hours to create. It is very much appreciated! God bless