Riddle for kids – how to

Riddle-for-kids-how-to

You will find a lot of sites which offer a riddle for kids. We encourage you to also look at these sites – here is one example –  but, how about making your own riddles and even better riddles with your kid?

Riddle for kids created in this article

Same answer, 3 different (difficult level) versions of the same riddle:
– I drive on streets and require no muscular strength to move people.
– I make sure people arrive where they want to be. They only have to give me something to drink.
– I move things and people, wait for you where you left me and only ask for something to drink in return.



How to create a riddle for kids

1. Pick the answer to your riddle.
2. Make a list of what can describe your answer.
3. Choose 3-4 words from your list.
(Want to make it harder? Use a thesaurus to get new ideas for word variations.)
4. Be your answer! Put yourself into the position your answer is.
– Where are you?
– What do you do?
– What do you see/smell/hear?
– What are you used for?
– What do you feel?

Let´s create a riddle for kids together!

 

Example riddle step by step explained

Following the above list we will have to choose a answer to our riddle first. Let´s take car.

Now we have to make a list of words describing a car.
Transport things/persons, wheels, street, parking lot, fast, fuel, engine, different sizes and colors.

For our riddle we will work with transport (things/persons) and fuel.

Our first example: I drive on streets and require no muscular strength to move people.
Related questions:
– Where are you?
– What do you do?


Second example: I make sure people be arrive where they want to be. They only have to give me something to drink.
Related questions:
– What do you do?
– What do you feel?

Third example: I move things and people, wait for you where you left me and only ask for something to drink in return.
Related questions:
– What do you do?
– Where are you?
– What do you feel?


If you are looking for fun activities you might be interested in our article about coding apps and why problem solving apps might be the better choice. 


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