Did you know there are eight different species of bears on Earth? Or what about the fact that they’re some of the most intelligent animals, with navigation skills and memories that match or even exceed that of humans. They’re also quite loving and will risk their own lives to protect their cubs. Are you impressed? Then imagine just how much these bear fun facts will delight your kid, especially if they’re going through a bear phase.
All this is even more interesting if you have a little animal lover who is obsessed with bears and animal jokes in general. Luckily for you, we’ve gone ahead and rounded the internet’s most popular and ubiquitous bear puns, jokes, and riddles for kids that are just as hilarious to parents.
1. Why did the bear dissolve in water? Because it was polar.
2. What do you call a bear with no teeth? A gummy bear!
3. Why did Mother Nature make only one Yogi Bear? Because when he tried to make a second one he made a Boo-Boo
4. How do you start a teddy bear race? Ready, teddy, GO!
5. Why do pandas like old movies? Because they’re in black and white.
6. Why didn’t the baby leave his momma? Because he couldn’t bear it!
7. What is a bear’s favorite drink? Koka-Koala!
8. What did the teddy bear say after dinner? I’m stuffed.
9. Why did the bear cross the road? It was the chicken’s day off!
10. What do you call a bears without ears? B’s.
11. What does pooh eat at parties? Blue bear-y pie.
12. Why did Tigger look in the toilet? He was looking for Pooh
13. Why did the sloth get fired from his job? He would only do the BEAR minimum.
14. What do you get if you cross a grizzly bear and a harp? A bear faced lyre!
15. What do you call a freezing bear? A brrrrrrr.
16. What is as big as a bear but weighs nothing? Its shadow!
17. How do you apologize to a koala? BEAR your heart and soul.
18. What do you call a grizzly bear in a phone booth? Stuck!
19. What do you get if you cross a skunk with a bear? Winnie the PU!
20. What do you get when you cross a bear with a garden? Squash!
21. What do you call a wet bear? A drizzly bear.