Clever Clogs: Riddles For Kids

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Riddles For Kids

Searching for some good riddles to play with your children? Feels like your brain can do some stretching?

If that’s what is playing on your mind, have a look at our daily podcast show, “Clever Clogs: Riddles for kids”, and check out our daily riddles. Play the podcast below to listen to the answers to the riddles.

Riddles in themselves are simple questions or statements that are cleverly phrased and required ingenuity to find their answer. These short brain teasers help kids develop the ability to think laterally and out of the box by connecting the words in a non-obvious way besides helping develop their logical reasoning and vocabulary skills.

So if you are looking to spend some time while waiting for your favorite pizza to arrive or looking to keep kids engaged while you finish off that urgent office and/or home task, try out our daily riddles for kids podcast and be our official clever clogs. 

Riddle Example: ” I’m tall when I’m young, and I’m short when I’m old. What am I? “

Answer: A candle

Listen to this podcast, “ Clever Clogs: Riddles for Kids” and make your kids spend some good time thinking today. All of our riddles have answers provided in the same or the following episode. Share these fun riddles for kids with friends.

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Easy Riddles With Answers

Riddle Number 112: I have a lot of money but I need someone else to carry me around to spend it.

Riddle Number 111: You cannot come in or go without me, What am I?

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Easy Riddles With Answers

Riddle Number 110: I am hard like stone, but I grow on your body, who am I?

Riddle Number 109: You can eat me at night, but never in the morning, what am I?

Riddle Number 108: It can see, but it isn’t an eye, what is it?

Riddle Number 107: I have hands but cannot hold a thing, What am I?

Riddle Number 106: What grows only upwards and can never come down?

Riddle Number 105: It is a shower without water?

Riddle Number 104: What works more after it is broken?

Riddle Number 103: I use my ear to speak, and my mouth to hear, what am I?

Riddle Number 102: What kids of room has no windows or doors?

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Easy Riddles With Answers

Riddle Number 101: What grows when it eats, but it dies when it drinks?

Riddle Number 100 : What has ears but cannot hear?

Riddle Number 99: We are brothers from the same mother, but we have never met.

Riddle Number 98: What sleeps through the day, and cries through the night, the more it cries, more it creates light.

Riddle Number 97 What is green, but not a leaf, copies others but is not a monkey

Riddle Number 96: A red cap on my head, a stone on my throat what am I?

Riddle Number 95: Take one out and scratch my head, i am now black, but once I was red.

Riddle Number 94: Break it and it gets better, immediately set, and harder to break again.

Riddle Number 93: When is it bad luck to meet a white cat.

Riddle Number 92: Iron roof glass walls, burns and burns but never falls.

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Riddle Number 91: A precious stone, as clear as diamond.
Seek it out while the sun’s near the horizon.
Though you can walk on water with its power,
try to keep it, and it’ll vanish in an hour.

Riddle Number 90 What has a bed but never sleep?

Riddle Number 89: I’m not really more than holes tied to more holes; I’m strong as good steel, though not as stiff as a pole. What am I?

Riddle Number 88: A thousand colored folds stretch toward the sky

Riddle Number 87: I am a strange creature, Hovering in the air,
Moving from here to there, with a brilliant flare.
Some say I sing, but others say I have no voice.
So I just hum – as a matter of choice.
What am I?

Riddle Number 86: A Hundreds of black smiths, in a dungeon with no doors or windows, when we leave, each of us builds his own dungeon.

Riddle Number 85: A I come out of the earth, I am sold in the market, who buys me cuts of my tail and weeps beside me.

Riddle Number 84: A guy always in armor but never been at war.

Riddle Number 83: Look at me. I can bring a smile to your face, a tear to your eye, or even a thought to your mind. But, I can’t be seen. What am I?

Riddle Number 82: Which is the thing that is Dark and Sweet both?            

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Easy Riddles With Answers

Riddle Number 81: I I move without wings, between silken strings. I leave as you find my substance behind. What am I?

Riddle Number 80: I soar without wings, I see without eyes. I’ve travelled the universe to and fro. I’ve conquered the world, yet I’ve never been anywhere but home. Who am I?

Riddle Number 79: What has roots as nobody sees, Is taller than trees, Up, up it goes, And yet never grows?

Riddle Number 78: What falls but never breaks.

Riddle Number 77: What breaks but never falls.

Riddle Number 76: A word I know, six letter it contains, subtract just one and twelve is what remains.

Riddle Number 75: A What can you catch, but not throw?

Riddle Number 74: I have wings, I am green, and when I am sleepy I go with my daddy.

Riddle Number 73: What kind of can never needs a can opener?

Riddle Number 72: Squeeze it and it cries tears as red as it’s flesh, it’s heart is made of stone.

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Riddle Number 71: I touch your face, I’m in your words, I’m lack of space, beloved by birds.

Riddle Number 70: It is always in front of you, but it cannot be seen?

Riddle Number 69: Why did the chicken cross the road?

Riddle Number 68:A cowboy rides into town on Friday, he stays three days, still he rides out of the town on Friday, How?

Riddle Number 67: The more you take away, the more it gets.

Riddle Number 66: White and thin, red within, with a nail at the end.

Riddle Number 65: A know a word of letters three, add two and less there will be.

Riddle Number 64: You hear me once, you heard me again, and then I die, until I am called again.

Riddle Number 63: The more there is, the less you see.

Riddle Number 62: What is black when it is clean and white when it is dirty?

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Riddle Number 61: I have legs but walk not a strong back but work not. Two good arms but reach not. A seat but sit and tarry not.

Riddle Number 60: How many times can you subtract 5 from 25?

Riddle Number 59: Creeping on its belly, curled into a ring, eyes forever open, beware it’s a lethal sting.

Riddle Number 58: It goes up and down the stairs, without moving.

Riddle Number 57: Pearl The strangest creature you will ever find two eyes in the front and many more behind.

Riddle Number 56: If this animal gets extinct, it will reappear in a year, which animal is this.

Riddle Number 55: A warrior amongst the flowers, he bears a thrusting sword. Able and ready to use, to guard his golden hoard.

Riddle Number 54: Which English verb becomes its past tense on rearranging its spelling.

Riddle Number 53: Turns us on our backs, and opens up our stomachs. You will be the wisest of men though at the start a lummox.

Riddle Number 52: What letter comes next OTTFFSS?

Riddle Number 51: Four I reflect the light that is not very bright, I sit at the same place all year, all the time, right here, you cannot see me all right, at least when it is not the night.

Riddle Number 50: They have no flesh, nor feathers, nor scales, nor bones, but they do have fingers and thumbs of their own.

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Riddle Number 50: They have no flesh, nor feathers, nor scales, nor bones, but they do have fingers and thumbs of their own.

Riddle Number 49: If you feed it, it lives, if you water it, it dies.

Riddle Number 48: We are twins, we are close to together, but we will not touch, but far apart we become one.

Riddle Number 47: Pearl white chest without key or lid, inside which golden treasure if hidden.

Riddle Number 46: Light as a feather there is nothing in it, but the strongest man cannot hold it more than a minute.

Riddle Number 45: I am so simple that I can only point, yet I guide men all over the world?

Riddle Number 44: Which bird has “Sar Par Pair”?

Riddle Number 43: In the window, she sat weeping, and with each other tears, her life went seeping.

Riddle Number 42: I have a hundred legs but cannot stand, a long neck but no head.

Riddle Number 41: Four legs up, four legs down, soft in the middle, hard all around.

Riddle Number 40: What do you throw out when you want to use it, and take in when you do not want to use it.

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Riddle Number 40: What do you throw out when you want to use it, and take in when you do not want to use it

Riddle Number 39: I have a head much smaller than my long neck, people, who play with me pick at me, and that is fine. What am I?

Riddle Number 38: Where does Friday come before Thursday?

Riddle Number 37: I am tall when I am young, and I am short when I am old, what am I?

Riddle Number 36: I have lots of flavors, lots of layers, but if you get too close, I will make you cry?

Riddle Number 35: What is full of holes, but still holds water?

Riddle Number 34: People have stepped on me, but not many, I never stay full for long, I have a dark side, what am I?

Riddle Number 33: What has legs but doesn’t walk?

Riddle Number 32: What is the difference between a Jeweler and a Jailor?

Riddle Number 31: What can you break even if you never pick it up or touch it?

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Riddle Number 30: What goes up but never comes down?

Riddle Number 29: I have keys but no doors, I have space but no rooms, I allow you to enter but you are never able to leave, What am I?

Riddle Number 28: What goes around and around the wood, but never goes into the wood?

Riddle Number 27: What can you hear, but not see, touch even though we control it control?

Riddle Number 26: What has hands, but can’t clap?

Riddle Number 25: Which month has 28 days?

Riddle Number 24: I am light as a feather yet even the strongest person can’t hold me?

Riddle Number 23: Mr. Blue lives in Blue House, Mr. Yellow lives in the Yellow House, Mr. Black lives in Blackhouse, who lives in the white house?

Riddle Number 22: “I have wings and I have a tail, across the sky is where I sail, yet I have no eyes, ears or mouth, and I bob from north to south.”

Riddle Number 21: How do oceans say hello to each other?

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Riddle Number 20: What goes up and down, but never moves?

Riddle Number 19: You can serve it but never eat it?

Riddle Number 18: What did the baseball glove say to the ball?

Riddle Number 17: What did the beach say when the tide came in?

Riddle Number 16: If you throw a blue stone in a red sea, what will it become?

Riddle Number 15: Why do bees hum?

Riddle Number 14: Imagine you are in a room which is filling in the water, there are no windows or doors, how will you get out.

Riddle Number 13: You will find me in Mercury, Earth, Mars, and Jupiter, but not in Venus or Neptune, What am I?

Riddle Number 12: What is the next in this sequence J-F-M-A-M-J-J-A-S-O-N?

Riddle Number 11: They come out at night without being called, and are lost in the day without being stolen, what are they?

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Riddle Number 10: If an electric train is traveling south, which way is the smoke going?

Riddle Number 9: How many letters are there in The Alphabet?

Riddle Number 8: What comes once in a minute, twice in a moment, and never in one thousand years?

Riddle Number 7: Grandpa went out for a walk, it started to rain, he didn’t bring an umbrella or a hat, his clothes got soaked, but not a hair on his hat got wet How is it possible?

Riddle Number 6: Mary’s father has five daughters Nana, Nene, Nini, Nono, what is the name of the fifth daughter?

Riddle Number 5: What ship has two mates but no captain?

Riddle Number 4: What is the difference between a jeweler and a jailor?

Riddle Number 3: Where does Friday come before Thursday?

Riddle Number 2: How many letters are there in The English Alphabet?

Riddle Number 1: What starts with a P and ends with an E and has thousands of letters?

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