Ready to have some fun? Test your knowledge with these riddles for kids! Kids do love riddles. Riddles help to develop their language skills and thinking processes.
Our riddle collections includes some good riddles for kids, bible riddles for kids to learn more about the word of God.
We also cover easy riddles for kids, hard riddles for kids, funny riddles for kids. You can also find a mix of all these types of riddles on our site.
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Bible Riddles for Kids
Q: I was the first thing God created. What was I?
Q: I was given a coat of many colors. Who am I?
Q: I am a food found in the Lord’s prayer. What am I?
Q: I slew a lion and a bear including a giant. Who was I?
Q: I was written on two tablets and given to Moses on Mount Sinai. What was I?
A: The Ten Commandments
Q: What did Noah use to build the ark?
A: His bare hands!
Q: I have a name and my name was mentioned first in the Bible. Who am I?
Q: How many times did Moses lead the Israelites around the wall of Jericho?
A: None because Moses did not enter the promise land
Q: I was hated by my brothers. Sold to slavery. Ended up in prison but became ruler of men. Who was I?
Q: I am one of the tribes of Israel that the parents of Moses belonged to. What tribe am I?
Q: I Said: “The LORD is my shepherd, I shall not want.” Who am I?
Q: I said: “My soul magnifies the Lord.” Who am I?
Q: I asked God not to destroy Sodom and Gomorrah if righteous men could be found there. Who am I?
Easy Riddles For Kids
Q: What has one bee at one end and five bees at the other?
A: A B-5 bomber!
Q: How do you fix a serious leak?
A: With a seal!
Q: Why did the chicken cross the road?
A: To get to the other side!
Q: How many months have 28 days?
A: All of them!
Q: What kind of tree can you carry in your hand?
A: A palm tree!
Q: I have a head and a tail but no body. What am I?
A: A coin!
Q: I’m tall when I’m young and I’m short when I’m old. What am I?
A: A candle!
Q: You see a boat filled with people. It has not sunk, but when you look again you don’t see a single person on the boat. Why?
A: They were all at church!
Q: What kind of tree can you carry in your hand?
A: A palm tree!
Q: What word begins with T, finishes with T, and has T in it?
A: A teapot
Q: What five-letter word becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?
A: Shorter. (Short + ‘er’)
Q: What object has hands but can’t clap?
A: A clock
Q: What object has 88 keys, but can’t open a door?
A: A piano
Q: What has a bed but never sleeps, can run but never walks and has a bank but no money?
A: A river
Q: What has one head, one foot, and four legs?
A: A bed
Q: What gets bigger the more you take from it?
A: A hole.
Q: You see me once in June and twice in November. What am I?
A: The letter E!
Q: If Peter’s father is Paul’s son, who is Paul to Peter?
A: Paul is Peter’s grandfather
Medium Riddles for Kids
Q: I have four wings but cannot fly. Who am I?
A: A mosquito!
Q: Give me food and I will live, give me water and I will die. What am I?
Q: I get wet the more I get dry. What am I?
A: A Towel
Q: You have to break me before you can use me.
A: An egg
Q: What belongs to you but its often used more by others?
A: My name
Q: I have many keys but I cannot open a single door. What am I?
A: A piano
Q: A man discovered an old coin and concluded that the date on the coin was 160 B.C. This could not be true. Why?
A: B.C. is counted backwards from the birth of Christ. So before Christ was born, there would not have been any date attached to anything then.
Q: Which of these is heavier, a pound of iron or a pound of wool?
A: Both weigh the same because a pound is a pound
Q: I am lighter than a feather, but yet the strongest human cannot hold me for more than 5-6 minutes.
Q: Name three consecutive days without using the words Monday, Tuesday, Friday?
A: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
Q: David’s mother had four children. The first was named Timothy, Second named Matthew, and third named Simon. What was the forth person named as?
A: David of course. David is the forth child.
Q: You are running a car race. You pass the car in second position. What position are you in now?
A: Second position
Q: What gets smarter the more you use it?
A: The brain
Q: I am the only one that has it. If I share it, I no longer have it. What is it?
A: A secret
Q: What do people catch but never throws it?
Q: How many months in a year has 28 days?
A: All 12 months has the 28th day
Q: What has holes it it but is still able to hold water?
A: A sponge
Q: It follows you everywhere you go and does everything you do but you can’t catch it. What is it?
A: Your shadow
Q: What is next letter in this sequence? JFMAMJJASON
A: Letter D = December. Each letter is the first letter of each month.
Q: I am a letter. When you add me to number “ONE”, I make ONE disappear. What am I?
A: Letter G = GONE
Q: How do you spell a COW in thirteen letters?
A: See O Double You
Q: I begin every sentence. What am I?
A: Capital letter
Q: What flag has 5 circles in it?
A: The Olympic flag
Q: What can fly without wings?
Q: What has lots of eyes but unable to see?
Q: Fashions change but what can a person wear that is never out of style?
A: A smile
Hard Riddles For Kids
This section contains some hard riddles for kids or tricky riddles for kids.
Q: I am an odd number. When you remove one letter from me, I become even. What number am I?
A: Seven – When you remove the first letter “S”, the left over becomes “even”
Q: What has a bright orange colour with a green top, and sounds like a parrot?
A: A carrot
Q: During Christmas, a one-story house wall is painted orange, the doors painted orange, windows painted orange. The furniture’s are also orange. What colour do you think the stairs are painted with?
A: There aren’t any stairs in a one-story house
Q: You get into me easily but difficult to get out of me. What am I?
Q: You can hear me but cannot see or touch me, however you have full control of me. What am I?
A: My voice
Q: A boy fell of 30 foot ladder but wasn’t hurt. How is that possible?
A: He fell off at the bottom last step
Q: I am always in front of you and never behind you. What am I?
A: Your future
Q: What is the beginning of everything?
A: Letter “g”
Q: I have legs but unable to walk. What am I?
A: A chair
Q: What comes once in a million, twice in a moment, but never in a century?
A: The letter “m”!
Q: You enter a room that contains a candle, a match, a fireplace and a kerosene. Which do you light first?
A: The “match”
Q: In winter, I fall down but never gets hurt. What am I?
A: A snow
Q: You see me in the sky with wings flying but I am not a bird. Who do you think I am?
A: An airplane
Q: The more you look further, the less you see. What am I?
Q: You see me once in June, twice in November, and trice in September. What am I?
A: The letter “e”
Q: I am so fragile. When you say my name, I break. What am I?
Q: I can fill a room without taking a single space. Who do you think I am?
A: A light
Q: I have three syllables and contain 26 letters. What am I?
Q: By tomorrow I will say, “The day before yesterday was Saturday.” What day is it yesterday?
Q: A boy is on the 4th floor. He climbs up 5 stories, down 7, up 6, down 3, and up 4 again. Which floor is he at now?
A: 9th floor
Q: A barrel of water weighs 60 pounds. How can you make it to weigh 50 pounds?
A: Punch a hole at the right height for the water to come out
Q: What Can Travel Around The World While Staying In A Corner?
A: A stamp
Funny Riddles For Kids
Q: When I look for something, I usually find it in the last place I look. Why?
A: Because after I find it, I don’t look for it again
Q: A biker drove into town on Sunday. She stayed in that town for three days and drove out on Sunday. How was that possible?
A: Her bikes name is Sunday
Q: There are 3 candies and you take away two candies. How may candies is now left with you?
A: Two of course!
Q: A man was waking when it began to rain. He had no umbrella to protect himself but yet no single hair on his head got wet. How was that possible?
A: He had no hair, so he was bald.
Q: I threw away the outside and cooked the inside. The I hate the outside and threw away the inside. What thing did I just eat?
A: Corn on the cobs
Q: What word is spelt incorrectly in the dictionary?
Q: I am always on the dinner table, but you can’t eat me. What am 1?
A: Plates and cutlery
Word Riddles For Kids
Q: What seven letter word becomes longer when you remove the third letter?
A: Lounger = Longer
Q: Which band never plays music?
A: A rubber band
Q: What looks like red and smells like paint?
A: A red paint
Q: What English word retains the same pronunciation, even after you remove the last four of its five letters?
Q: What of the body part is pronounced as one word, but written with three letters, and with only two different letters?
A: The “Eye”
Q: What four letter word can you take away three of the letters and it still says the same?
A: FIVE – Take IVE and you are left with V which is a roman number for Five
Q: What word has an “E” at the beginning, an “E” at the end and has a letter in it?
A: An envelope
Thinking Outside The Box
Q: A woman is in her car. She sees two doors, a golden door and a wooden door. Which door does she go through first?
A: Her car’s door
Q: There is an apple tree in Mr John’s backyard. When the wind blows towards the North, what direction will the orange fall?
A: No orange will fall because its an apple tree
Q: A dog is on a 2 meter chain and wants a born that is 3 meters away. What can the dog do to reach the born?
A: Simple walk to the born since the dog is not chained
Q: How many times can you subtract 5 from 25?
A: One time because the next number is 20 and not 25
Q: What has four letters, sometimes has nine letters and never has five letters.
A: The words “WHAT”, “SOMETIMES”, and “NEVER”. Now read the sentence as a sentence and not as a question. You will see each of these words in it.
Q: Mary has five daughters. The 1st is named June. 2nd is named July. 3rd is called August. 4th is September. What is the name of the 5th.
A: The 5th is called “WHAT” because there is there is no question mark at the end of the sentence above.
Q: You are among 100 people in a race with 10 laps to go. You pass the 100th person. What position are you in now?
A: Any position apart from the 100th position
Q: You walk into a room and found a single bed. On the bed, you see two dogs, five cats, a goat, four cows and a duck. You also see three chickens flying above the bed. How many legs are on the ground?
A: There will be 6 legs on the ground. The 4 legs of the bed and your 2 legs since no other future is mentioned in the room.
Animal Riddles For Kids
Q: What always goes to bed with its shoes on?
A: A horse
Q: I am a bird, I am a fruit and I am a person. What am I?
A: A kiwi
Q: Small edible creature from the sea that is often served at restaurants.
A: A shrimp
Q: A man walks out of a house that has four walls all facing north. A bird walks past him. What is it?
A: A penguin
Q: The alphabet goes from A to Z. What goes from Z to A?
Q: What grows up while growing down?
A: A goose
Q: A colourful bird that talks?
Q: I was sacrificed in place of Isaac. What animal am I?
A: A ram
Q: The lame man shall leap Like me. What animal am I?
A: A hart
Q: Give not that which is holy unto what animals?
A: Dogs (Matthew 7:6)
Q: The sluggard is told to go to me. What insect am I?
A: An ant (Proverbs 6:6)
Q: Jesus compared Herod as what animal?
A: A fox (Luke 13:32)
Q: You blind guides strained at me and swallowing a camel! What insect am I?
A: A gnat (Matthew 23:23-24)
Q: The navy of Tharshish brought me once in three years. What animal am I?
A: An ape (1 Kings 10:22)
Q: My shape is described as that of horses. What insect am I?
A: A locust (Revelation 9:7)
Q: Hosea likened Israel’s stubbornness to me. What animal am I?
A: A heifer (Hosea 4:15-16)
Q: In Daniel’s vision, I came from the west across the face of the whole earth, without touching the ground. What animal am I?
A: A male goat (Daniel 8:5)
Q: Seven of us, thin and scorched by the east wind swallowed seven healthy version of us. What am I?
A: Grain (Genesis 41:5-7)
Q: Seven of us, ugly and gaunt ate up seven health and fat once. What animals are we?
A: Cows (Genesis 41:1-5)
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