10 Valentines Day Jokes in Spanish and English for Kids

In this post: Laugh out loud with these 10 Valentine’s Day jokes in Spanish and English for kids! 

Valentine’s Day is a fun and festive holiday that kids love to celebrate. It’s a day filled with sharing love, kindness and laughter, and what better way to do that than with some Valentine’s Day jokes? In this blog post, I’ve compiled a list of Spanish Valentine’s Day jokes that are perfect for kids to share with friends and family. These jokes are not only silly, but they’ll also give your child an opportunity to practice their Spanish language skills. From silly puns to cheesy one-liners, there’s something for everyone on this list. So, grab a seat, get ready to laugh and share these adorable jokes with your little ones to spread some love and laughter on this Valentine’s Day.

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Valentine's Day Phrases in Spanish

Let’s learn some important Spanish Valentine’s Day vocabulary to teach kids this year:

• La Amistad – Friendship
• El Amor – Love
• Abrazar – Hug
• El Abrazo – A hug
• Besar – Kiss
• Un Beso – A kiss
• Cariño – Affection
• El Corazón – Heart
• La Dulzura – Sweetness
• Enamorado/a – In love
• La Felicidad – Happiness
• Las Flores – Flowers
• El Regalo – Gift
• El Chocolate – Chocolate
• El Afecto – Endearment
• Querer – To love
• Tarjeta – Card
• Valentín – Valentine
• Feliz Día de San Valentín – Happy Valentine’s Day 
• Te quiero – I love you
• Gracias por ser mi amigo/a – Thank you for being my friend


Teaching kids these words and phrases in Spanish will help them express love and appreciation to their loved ones on Valentine’s Day or any other day.

10 Valentine's Day Jokes in Spanish & English

-¿Cuál es el pollo que más te quiere?

Which chicken loves you most? 
-Po-YO (a play on the word pollo with yo meaning me/I)

-¿Qué le dijo una vaca a la otra en el día de San Valentín?
-Te quiero MUUUU-cho

What did one cow say to the other on Valentine’s Day 
-I love you so much

-¿Por cuánto tiempo estarán juntos los patos enamorados?

How long with the ducks in love stay together? 
-For all their lives (a play on – para todo la vida with PATO meaning duck)

-¿Qué le dijo una oveja a la otra en el día de San Valentín?
-Da me un beeeeee-so

What did one sheep say to the other on Valentine’s Day? 
-Give me a kiss 

Quién es?
Mira quién?
¡Mira quien tiene una tarjeta de San Valentín!

Knock knock
Whose there?

Look who? 
Look who has a Valentine’s Day card!

¿Cuál es el regalo favorito de los fantasmas para San Valentín?

What is a ghosts favorite Valentine’s Day gift? 

¿Qué le dijo el chocolate al churro en el día de San Valentín?
-Mi corazón choco-late por ti 

What did the chocolate say to the churro? 
-My heart (choco)-beats for you

¿Qué tipo de flor no debes regalar en San Valentín?

What type of flowers shouldn’t you give on Valentine’s Day?

¿Qué le dijo el toro a la vaca?
-Tienes toro mi corazón 

What did the bull say to the cow?
-You have all* my heart!  (toro means bull and is a play for todo meaning all)

¿Qué le dijo una tortilla al tamal?
-Eres lo masa importante para mi.

What did the tortilla say to the tamale? 
-You’re the most* important to me (masa is a dough used to make tamales and tortillas, a play on the word más meaning more)

Grab your FREE Valentine's Day Spanish Joke Cards for Kids

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your little ones by making their lunch box special with these FREE Spanish Joke Cards for Kids! These cute and colorful cards feature playful illustrations and Spanish Valentine’s jokes that will keep your kids giggling throughout the day. Simply download and print the cards, cut them out, and slip them into your child’s lunch box for the week leading up to Valentine’s Day. If you learn at home, leave them at their spot for breakfast each morning!

 Not only will this add a fun element to their day, but it’s also a great way to introduce them to some simple Spanish phrases and silly puns. So, whether you’re a parent, teacher, or caregiver, make this Valentine’s Day extra special for your kids with these adorable Spanish Joke Cards. 

Children's Books for Valentine's Day in Spanish

Here are some of my favorite children’s books for Valentine’s Day in Spanish.

Want to see more of my favorite books for Valentine’s Day in English & Spanish? Check out the full list!

Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate love and friendship, and what better way to do so than with some funny jokes and cute lunchbox cards? These Spanish jokes for kids are sure to bring a smile to their face and make them laugh. And with the free Spanish lunchbox cards for Valentine’s Day, you can show your child how much you care by including a special message in their lunch each day. Celebrate this Valentine’s Day with some humor and love en español!

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