Riddles are a great way to entertain children. Kids of all ages just love them! There are several benefits of riddles for kids.
How Riddles Make Children Smarter & Brighter
1. Bonding Agent
Riddles are great conversation starters. Bond with your child and their friends over some fun riddles and break the ice. It is easier to bond with children when you approach them in fun way.
2. Brain Builders
Critical reasoning skills are one of the most essential skills and will continue to be so. Computing, STEM careers all rely heavily on logical and critical reasoning skills. And riddles are a great way to help your children hone their reasoning skills while having fun.
3. Boredom Busters
Riddles are great boredom busters. Be it a long car journey or a queue you are in, riddles can emancipate your children from boredom and you from their constant nagging ‘I am bored’.
4. Comprehension Tool
Children need to understand and comprehend what they are reading in order to learn. Riddles are a sure shot way to enhance their comprehension skills.
5. Confidence Booster
Riddles work wonders at boosting children’s confidence levels. To share riddles, children first need to understand them. Asking the same riddles from their friends and family builds their confidence levels and polishes their communication skills.
With all these perks, Riddles make a perfect tool for keeping your children entertained. Make them a part of your routine to reap their immense benefits. You simply cannot go wrong with riddles.
Riddles for Kids (Answers)
2. What has a face and two hands but no arms or legs?
3. What gets wetter as it dries?
4. What has a neck but no Head?
5. What belongs to you but is used by others?
6. What has a thumb and four fingers but is not alive?
7. What has to be broken before you can use it?
9. What grows when you feed it but dies when you water it?
10. You can catch it but cannot throw it. What is it?
11. What is so delicate that uttering just one word will break it?
12. Name four days of the week starting with the letter ‘T’.
13. What has no weight but enough to sink a ship?
14. What is bigger than an elephant but has no weight?
15. What has many keys and yet cannot open doors?
17. I have hands but I cannot clap. I am a…
18. What is the easiest way to double your money?
19. The more there is, the less you see. What am I?
20. What goes up and never comes down?
21. You use a knife to behead me, yet you weep over me on my death. What am I?
22. Black when clean, Dirty when white. What am I?
24. I come down but never go up. Who am I?
25. A room that you cannot enter. I am a …
26. I am a cup but cannot hold water. I am a…
28. If I have it, I don’t share it. If I share it, I don’t have it. What is it?
29. What can run but can’t walk?
30. What has teeth but can’t eat?
31. What can you make that you can’t see?
32. What runs around the yard without moving?
33. What is made of water but if you put it into water it will die?
34. What is deaf, dumb and blind but always tells the truth?
36. What did one wall say to the other wall?
37. I’m tall when I’m young and I’m short when I’m old. What am I?
38. I am hot.
I live in the sky.
I am bright.
Don’t look straight at me.
I disappear in the night.
39. What can point in every direction but can’t reach the destination by itself?
40. I reach for the sky, but clutch to the ground; sometimes I leave, but I am always around. What am I?
41. Flat as a leaf, round as a ring; Have two eyes, can’t see a thing.
42. What falls down but never breaks?
44. Lighter than what I am made of, More of me is hidden than is seen. What am I?
45. To you, rude would I never be, though I flag my tongue for all to see. What am I?
46. Large as a mountain, small as a pea, endlessly swimming in a waterless sea. What am I?
48. I have four legs but no tail. Usually I am heard only at night. What am I? (Frog)
49. I am a goose that fights with snakes? I am a…
50. A box without hinges, key or lid, yet golden treasure inside is hid. What am I?
- In the River Bank
- A clock
- A towel
- A bottle
- Your name
- A Glove
- An egg
- Mary of course! You are guessing Mary’s father’s children right?
- Tuesday, Thursday, Today and Tomorrow
- Its shadow
- A Piano
- On map
- Put it in front of a mirror
- Our Age
- A barber
- A secret
- A comb
- Ice Cube
- I will meet you at the corner
- Your Finger
- Rail Road
- A Dog