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Thursday, 6 December 2012


 A riddle is a statement, question, or phrase that has a double meaning. A riddle can also be described as a puzzle to be solved. When someone uses a riddle, it can be a thought provoking challenge to figure it out on your own, or it can be a funny comment that makes you laugh. Riddles can be great brain busters or conversation starters to get you think. 
A riddle is as hard or as simple as you and the person you’re telling makes it. The answer can be right in front of your nose and even in the riddle itself, or it can be difficult and hard to comprehend. It depends on how much you open your mind to the possibilities. 
A riddle, sometimes called a "brain” teaser," is usually a question that requires clever or unexpected thinking for its answer. In general conversation, someone typically presents a question to another person who accepts the challenge of guessing the correct response. The guesser may get one or multiple guesses and sometimes the asker gives clues, but this is not required. Riddles usually have only one correct answer, and it is commonly provided in the end, even if the guesser does not think of it.
Children become intellectually capable of understanding the double meanings that form the basis for most riddles at six or seven years of age. Since this new form of verbal humor automatically occurs when children achieve the prerequisite level of cognitive (intellectual) development, your child will get hooked on riddles for a few years regardless of whether you make an effort to nurture this skill or not. 

Riddles for Kids
 I live in a bowl.
I can swim.
I have a tail.
I also have fins and big eyes.
I am a...
( goldfish)
I live in a house called a coop.
I have two legs, two wings and a tail.
I eat worms and bugs and grain.
I lay eggs.
I am a...
I'm very, very big.
I like to eat peanuts and hay.
I have four legs and two big ears.
My long nose is called a trunk.
I am an...
( elephant)
My skin is green and slippery.
I have four legs and webbed feet.
I eat bugs and little fish.
I can swim under water and hop on land.
I am a...
I am small and shy.
I have eight legs.
I eat bugs.
I catch them in my web.
I am a...
I'm a soft and furry pet.
I have four legs and a long tail.
I have sharp teeth and claws.
I like to chase mice.
I am a...
I have four legs.
I'm very smart and I like to play.
I like to smell things.
I can wag my tail.
I am a...
I have wings but I'm not a bird
I am small and colorful.
I live in gardens and fields and forests.
I used to be a caterpillar.
I am a...
I have four legs and a tail.
I have no teeth.
I can swim and dive underwater.
I carry my house around with me.
I am a...
I have four legs and a long tail.
I eat oats and hay.
I love to run fast.
I let people ride on my back.
I am a...

Why does a flamingo lift up one leg?
(Because if he lifted up both legs it would fall down!)
What has two humps and is found at the North Pole?
(A lost camel!)
Why did the chicken cross the road?
(To get to the other side!)
Why do birds fly south in the winter?
(Because it's too far to walk!)
What happens when you throw a green stone in the red sea?
(It gets wet!)


  1. Nice and cute blog. Good job and keep it up.=)

  2. Thank you very much cikgu Rabita Jali!