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100

 I will disappear every time you say my name. What am I?

Silence

100

I’m light as a feather, yet the strongest man can’t hold me for more than 5 minutes. What am I?

Your Breath
100

I give milk and have a horn, but I’m not a cow? Who am I?

A Milk Truck

100

I’m white, perfect for cutting and grinding. For most animals, I am a useful tool. What am I?

Teeth

100

I am the beginning of everything, the end of time and space, the beginning of every end, and the end of every place. What am I?

The Letter E

200

I have a straight back and sharp teeth to cut objects. What am I?

A Saw!

200

I get wet when drying. I get dirty when wiping. What am I

A Towel

200

I am bought by the yard but worn by the foot. What am I?

A Carpet

200

I have two bodies joined together as one. When standing still. I ran and ran. What am I?

An HourGlass!

200

To throw it, you’ll need a hand. It never goes far though it might not land. What am I?

A Punch

300

I am heavy forward, but backward I’m not. What am I?

 A Ton

300

 have one eye but cannot see. What am I?

A Needle

300

I have three eyes and only one leg. Obey me, or you will be sorry. What am I?

A Traffic Light!
300

Two in a corner, 1 in a room, 0 in a house, but 1 in a shelter. What am I?

The Letter R

300

There are four brothers: One can run but never wearies; one can eat but never gets full; one of them can drink but never quenches its thirst, and one of them can sing any type of song. Who are these brothers?

Water, Fire, Earth, and Wind.

400

I have a neck and no head, two arms but no hands. I’m with you to school. I’m with you to work. What am I?

A Shirt/T-Shirt

400

I have a face but no eyes, hands but no arms. What am I?

A Clock

400

I’m the son of water, but when I return to the water, I die. Who am I?

Ice

400

I make you weak at the worst of times, but I keep you safe in the end. You will sweat in my presence, even as you grow cold. I dwell with the weak and easily the brave, but without me, who could tell the difference.? Who am I?

Fear

400

Yesterday, I wasn’t here; today, I am. Tomorrow I’ll be absent, too; perhaps I’ll see you once a week! Who am I?

I am Today

500

You can catch me but cannot throw me. What am I?

A Cold

500

I am invisible. Who am I?

A Ghost

500

Each morning I appear to lie at your feet,
All-day I will follow no matter how fast you run,
Yet, I nearly perish in the midday sun. What am I?

Your Shadow

500

As a state in America, I am round on both sides and high in the middle. What am I?

The State Ohio!

500

When I left, I didn’t know where I was going; when I got there, I didn’t know where I was. And, when I returned, I didn’t know where I had been. Who was I?

Christopher Columbus

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