Kids Riddles and Answers
The first man is the master of priceless gems;
The second man is the master of love;
The third man is the master of shovels;
The fourth man is the master of big sticks;
Who are they?
- They're the Kings in a deck of cards.
What has a neck but no head, and wears a cap?
- A Bottle.
What has four legs, but can't walk?
- A Table.
Why isn't your nose twelve inches long?
- Because then it would be a foot.
What is easy to get into, but hard to get out of?
What has many rings, but no fingers?
- A Telephone.
What is made of wood, but can't be sawed?
When is a door not a door?
- When it's a jar.
What has eyes that can not see, a tongue that can not taste, and a soul that can not die?
- A shoe.
What's easier to give than receive?
What's black when it's clean and white when it's dirty?
- A blackboard.
What is there more of the less you see?
What kind of dress can never be worn?
- An address.
What starts with an 'E', ends with an 'E', and only has one letter in it?
- An envelope.
What bet can never be won?
- The Alphabet.
What kind of coat can you put on only when it's wet?
- A coat of paint.
What flies around all day but never goes anywhere?
- A flag.
If you have two coins, that add up to six(6) cents, and one of them is not a nickel, what are the two coins?
- A penny and a nickel. (One was not a nickel, but the other one was!)
· What goes up and down, but never moves?
- A flight of stairs.
What has only two words, but thousands of letters?
- A Post Office.
Bobby throws a ball as hard as he can. It comes back to him, even though nothing and nobody touches it. How?
- He throws it straight up.
What has a hundred limbs, but cannot walk?
- A Tree.
What can you serve, but never eat?
- A tennis ball.
Three men were in a boat. It capsized, but only two got their hair wet. Why?
- One was bald.