Vocabulary
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Riddles
100

Family members: count 20 members of family

Great grandparents, grandparents, parents, aunt, uncle, brother, sister, cousins, nephew, niece, wife, husband, children, daughter, son, .....

100

Present Simple: translate the sentence into English: Ular birga ishlashadi va kvartirani bo'lishishadi ham.


They work together and they share a flat too.

100

My family.

100

How many months of the year have 28 days?

All of them! Every month has *at least* 28 days

200

Clothes: count 26 clothes names

hat, cap, scarf, gloves, headscarf, shoes, slippers, sandals, pyjamas, coat, raincoat, sweatshirt, shirt, T-shirt, jacket, sweater, jumper, tie, belt, ..... 

200

Do excercises: 1. We.....get up early on Mondays.

2. Mary....go to school on Saturdays.

3. She....wear glasses because she can’t see very well.

4. John....tidy his bedroom before going to bed.

5. I....lay the table before having lunch.       

6. You....take your math book to school today, you don’t have math class.   

7.He....wear uniform in his school. Everybody can wear what they like.

200

My day. My friend's day. My mum's day.

200

It belongs to you, but your friends use it more. What is it?

Answer: Your name.

300

Food: count 30 food names.

meat, lamb, pizza, flour, egg, sausages, .....

300

Present Continuous: translate into English: Biz turli xil mavzularda maqolalar yozyapmiz.

We are writing articles on different topics.

300

My favourite clothes.

300

Kate’s mother has three children: Snap, Crackle and ___?


  • Game-Based Learning
  • India

Contents

  • Easy riddles for kids
  • Math riddles for kids
  • Hard riddles for kids
  • Funny riddles for kids

Many of us can agree: the triumph that comes with solving a tough riddle is a feeling like no other. And chances are, your child will love riddles too!

There are plenty of reasons to introduce riddles to your child. Riddles are a great way to stimulate children’s minds. Plus, they’re a fun activity to keep kids occupied and learning at home.

We collected the 43 best riddles for kids (and adults, too!) to keep your child entertained and get their brains working. 

Try them out below!

What is a riddle?

A riddle is a fun type of brain teaser that exists as a question or statement to be solved. 

Usually, riddles are worded in a puzzling or misleading way. Many have a double or hidden meaning that requires creative, outside-the-box thinking. Their answers are often unexpected, so the reader must think very carefully when solving them. 

43 Fun riddles for kids

Put your thinking caps on and see how many you can solve with your child. Make sure to scroll slowly so you don't spoil the answers!

P.S. Want to print these to use later? Download our PDF version of the riddles list!

Easy riddles for kids

These riddles will engage your child without causing too much frustration. Perfect for warming up their brain so they can keep solving more!

1. How many months of the year have 28 days?

Answer: All of them! Every month has *at least* 28 days.

2. What has hands and a face, but can’t hold anything or smile?

Answer: A clock.

3. It belongs to you, but your friends use it more. What is it?

Answer: Your name.

4. Kate’s mother has three children: Snap, Crackle and ___?

Answer: Kate! It’s Kate’s mother, after all. (This is a good example of how riddles use your existing expectations to trick you. Even though the answer is right in front of you, you’re tempted to continue the pattern instead.)


400

Places in the city: count 20 places in the city

pharmacy, hospital, hotel, school, bank, university, kindergarten, station, police station, post office, park, church, fire station, mosque, museum, shopping centre, town hall, swimming pool, gym, ....

400

Prepositions of time: in on at

Fill in the correct prepositions.

  1. Peter is playing tennis  Sunday.
  2. My brother's birthday is  the 5th of November.
  3. My birthday is May.
  4. We are going to see my parents  the weekend.
  5.  1666, a great fire broke out in London.
  6. I don't like walking alone in the streets  night.
  7. What are you doing  the afternoon?
  8. My friend has been living in Canada  two years.
  9. I have been waiting for you  seven o'clock.
  10. I will have finished this essay  Friday.
400

My city.

400

You’re running a race and at the very end, you pass the person in 2nd place. What place did you finish the race in?

You finished in 2nd place.

500

Animals: count 25 animals

500

Quantifiers: 1-3. We are going to be late. There is too  (much / many) traffic.
 Yeah, the  (amount / number) of people driving is incredible.
I've never seen this  (much / many) cars.
4-5. Can you bring soda to the picnic? I don't have  (some / any).

    Yeah, I think I've got  (some / any) left over from the party. 

1-3. We are going to be late. There is too  (much / many) traffic.

    Yeah, the  (amount / number) of people driving is incredible.

    I've never seen this  (much / many) cars.

4-5. Can you bring soda to the picnic? I don't have  (some / any).

    Yeah, I think I've got  (some / any) left over from the party.

500

My yesterday.

500

What 2 things can you never eat for breakfast?

Lunch and dinner.

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