There is satisfaction in solving riddles and we need to let our kids taste that winning streak! There’s a big chance that your kids will love riddles and what’s the best age to start but now?
Riddles for kids are a good way to train their minds to think outside the box and not just on the literal sense. Teach them the value of really thinking things through with all these easy to hard riddles for kids of all ages.
Math Riddles for Kids
Well, we make it challenging right off the bat with these math riddles for kids. Math riddle is also a great way to introduce your kids to the world of numbers! Check out these math riddles for kids and see how they’d enjoy it.
I have a pound of feathers and a pound of iron? Can you please tell me which one weighs more?
Answer: Both of them would be of the same weight. A pound remains a pound despite the type of object.
Tom was on the way to KLCC Park. He met a guy with 7 wives and each of them came with 7 sacks. All these sacks contain 7 cats and each of these 7 cats had 7 kits. So in total, how many were going to KLCC Park?
Answer: Only Tom was going to KLCC Park.
If it took 6 people 9 hours to build a barn, how long would it take 12 people to build the same barn?
Answer: None, the barn is already built!
If you buy a rooster for the purpose of laying eggs and you expect to get three eggs each day for breakfast, how many eggs will you have after three weeks?
Answer: Zero, roosters do not lay eggs
When my dad was 31 years old, I was just 8 years. Now his age is twice as old as my age. What is my present age?
Answer: When you calculate the difference between the ages, you can see that it is 23 years. So you must be 23 years old now.
Two hens can lay two eggs in two minutes. If this is the maximum speed possible, what is the total number of hen needed to get 500 eggs in 500 minutes?
Answer: 2 hens
Animal Riddles for kids
What’s not to like about animals? They are fuzzy, they are cute, and just everything that kids like! Here are animal riddles for kids when they’re tired of all that math riddles. There’s just too much math they could handle in their lives!
I have no sword, I have no spear, yet rule a horde which many fear, my soldiers fight with a wicked sting, I rule with might, yet am no king. What am I?
Answer: A queen bee
I’m bigger than a cow, can peel my own bananas, and don’t eat meat. What animal am I?
ANSWER: An elephant.
What kind of music do rabbits like?
ANSWER: Hip Hop
A warrior amongst the flowers, He bears a thrusting sword. Able and ready to use, To guard his golden hoard.
Tricky Riddles for Kids
Teach your kids how to think carefully and see things beyond black and white using these tricky riddles for kids. They might be tricky but they could be a lot of fun too!
What begins with the letter ‘t’, is full of ‘t’, and finishes with ‘t’?
Answer: A Teapot with Tea in it.
We are two brothers on opposite sides of the road, but we never see each other.
Who are we?
Which is the biggest English alphabet that contains the most water in it?
Answer: The letter ‘C’.
I am a fruit, I am a bird and I am also a person.
What am I?
What would weigh more, one pound cotton or one pound iron?
Answer: Neither weighs more or less, as they weigh the same, one pound.
I fly around all day but never go anywhere.
What am I?
Answer: A flag.
Riddles! We love ourselves some great riddles because they’re fun and challenging. They make us think. And when you’ve solved it – there’s that moment of clarity and bliss! Kids would love that feeling too! But hey, we’re more than just riddles. We also have other things for you. Check out all these other listicles and have great fun!