Riddles for Kids - Riddles for Children

Riddles for Kids

 

 

 

SCRAMBLE

 

  1. CLEER
  2. NORTH
  3. BMUGHU
  4. AEILBV
  5. LAAER
  6. TOONS
  7. HRILLS
  8. EIRDFV
  9. CSAEE
  10. SCARS
  11. CIMUDT
  12. BDEOBM

 

ANSWERS- 1. CREEL. 2. THORN. 3. HUMBUG. 4. VIABLE. 5. AREAL. 6. SNOOT.                                7. SHRILL. 8. FERVID.  9. CEASE. 10. CRASS. 11. DICTUM. 12. MOBBED

 

 

Q. Which is the odd one out?

 

  • IMPALA
  • CHACMA
  • CHINCH
  • AGOUTI

 


A. CHINCH as it is an insect. The others are animals.

 

Q. IN MARBLE WALLS AS WHITE AS MILK, CREASED WITH THE SKIN AS SOFT AS SILK, WITHIN A CASCADE CRYSTAL CLEAR,GOLDEN SUN APPEAR.

A. Egg

 

Q. WHAT GROWS WHEN IT EATS, BUT DIES WHEN IT DRINKS?

A. Fire

 

Q. ITS WHITE WHEN DIRTY AND BLACK WHEN ITS CLEAN.

A. Blackboard

 

Q. IT CAN BE CAUGHT BUT NOT THROWN.

A.Cold

 

Q. THE MORE IT DRIES, THE WETTER IT GETS.

A. Towel

 

Q. THE MORE IT IS, THE LESS IS SEEN.

A. Darkness

 

 

Q. IT FILLS THE ROOM YET TAKES UP NO SPACE.

A. Light

 

Q. IT CAN BE KEPTBY YOU AFTER GIVING IT TO SOMEONE.

A. A word

 

Q. THE MORE YOU TAKE, THE MORE YOU LEAVE BEHIND.

A. Footsteps

 

Q. IT LIVES WITHOUT A BODY, HEARS WITHOUT EARS AND SPEAKS WITHOUT A MOUTH AND TO WHICH AIR ALONE GIVES BIRTH.

A. An echo

Q. WHY DID THE TEACHER WEAR SUNGLASSES?

A. Because her students were bright.

Q. A BONE WITH A PERSON MISSING. WHAT IS IT CALLED?

A. Skeleton

Q. WHICH IS THE SMALLEST ROOM IN THE WORLD?
A. Mushroom.

Q. WHICH BUS CROSSED THE OCEAN?
A. Columbus.

Q. WHICH BOW CANNOT BE TIED?
A. Rainbow.

Q. WHY IS SIX AFRAID OF NUMBER SEVEN?
A. Because seven eight (ate) nine.

Q. WHICH IS THE MOST DANGEROUS CITY?
A. Electricity.

 

Q. WHY IS THE RIVER SO RICH?
A. Because it has two banks.

Q. A JAM WE CANNOT EAT?
A. Traffic jam.

Q. WHAT GROOMS THE ROOM?
A. Broom.

Q. WHICH IS THE MOST TALKATIVE SISTER?
A. Transistor.

Q. WHAT GIVES MILK BUT HAS ONLY ONE HORN?
A. Milk Van.

Q. WHAT DO THE PEOPLE SAY WHEN CHERRY FALLS IN A POND?
A. Pondicherry.

Q. WHAT IS AS BIG AS ELEPHANT BUT DOES NOT WEIGH ANYTHING?
A. Shadow of an elephant.

Q. WHAT ANIMAL IS ON LEGAL DOCUMENTS?
A. Seal.

Q. WHAT DOES THE TREE SAY WHEN SPRING COMES?
A. What a relief (re-leaf).

Q. WHAT DO COWS PRODUCE DURING THE EARTHQUAKE?
A. Milk Shake.

Q. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A JEWELER AND A JAILER?
A. A jeweler sells watches and a jailer watches cells.

Q. WHY DO LIONS EAT RAW MEAT?
A. Because they do not have a stove.

Q. WHAT DO YOU CALL A SONG ABOUT A CAR?
A. A Car Tune (Cartoon).

Q. WHAT IS THE LARGEST LIVING ANT IN THE WORLD?
A. An Elephant.

Q. CAN FEBRUARY MARCH?
A. No, April May.

Q. WHAT RUNS AND WHISTLES BUT CANNOT TALK?
A. A Railway Train.

Q. WHAT IS A TORNADO?
A. Mother Nature doing the Twist.

Q. WHAT FIVE LETTER WORD HAS SIX LEFT WHEN TWO LETTERS ARE TAKEN AWAY?
A. Six.

Q. IN WHICH MONTH DO PEOPLE EAT THE LEAST?
A. February - It is the Shortest Month.

Q. WHY DO PEOPLE FEEL STRONGER ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY?
A. Because all other days are Week (Weak) Days.

Q. WHAT KIND OF TABLES DO PEOPLE EAT?
A. Vegetables.

Q. WHAT CAN YOU BREAK WITH ONLY ONE WORD?
A. Silence.

Q. WHAT DID ONE TRAFFIC LIGHT SAY TO ANOTHER?
A. Don't's look, I am changing.

Q. WHY DO COWS WEAR BELLS?
A. Because their horns don't work.

Q. WHAT HAS NO LEGS BUT CAN RUN?
A. A River.

Q. WHAT STARTS WITH P, ENDS WITH E AND HAS MILLIONS OF LETTERS?
A. Post Office.

Q. WHAT HAS CITIES WITH NO HOUSES, RIVER WITH NO WATER AND FORESTS WITHOUT TREES?
A. A Map.

Q. WHICH ANIMAL GOES TO SLEEP WITH ITS SHOES ON?
A. Horse.

Q. WHAT RUNS AROUND A GARDEN WITHOUT MOVING?
A. A Fence.

Q. NAME TWO THINGS THAT HAVE AN EYE BUT CANNOT SEE?
A. Needle and Potato.

Q. WHAT IS THAT THE MORE YOU TAKE, THE MORE YOU LEAVE BEHIND?
A. Footsteps.

Q. WHAT TRAVELS AROUND THE WORLD YET STAYS IN ONE CORNER?
A. Stamp.

Q. WHAT IS EASY TO GET INTO BUT HARD TO GET OUT OF?
A. Trouble.

Q. WHAT IS IT THAT EVERYONE NEEDS, EVERYONE GIVES, EVERYONE ASKS FOR BUT VERY FEW TAKE?
A. Advice.

Q. WHY DAYS ARE LONG IN SUMMER AND SHORT IN WINTER?
A. Because Heat Expand Things.

Q. HOW MANY SECONDS ARE THERE IN A YEAR?
A. Twelve - 2nd January, 2nd February .... 2nd December.

Q. WHAT WORD LOOKS THE SAME UPSIDE DOWN AND BACKWARDS?
A. SWIMS.

 

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