Fun and Challenging Riddles for Kids

Welcome to Pocoyo's Riddles section! Here you'll find a fantastic collection of fun and challenging riddles for kids of all ages. These riddles are perfect for stimulating young minds and encouraging creative thinking. From easy riddles for younger children to more difficult ones for older kids, there's something for everyone. Enjoy exploring our selection of classic riddles, tricky tongue twisters, and math puzzles designed to entertain and educate.

Riddles for Kids

Enjoy a variety of riddles that are perfect for young minds. These riddles are easy to understand and fun to solve. They stimulate creative thinking and make learning enjoyable.

Difficult Riddles

Challenge yourself with our selection of tougher riddles. Perfect for kids who love a challenge, these riddles will test your problem-solving skills and keep you engaged.

Tongue Twisters and Math Riddles

Have fun with our collection of tongue twisters and math riddles. Test your verbal skills with tricky tongue twisters, and sharpen your math abilities with entertaining and educational riddles.

Who wears shoes while sleeping?


A horse,horse

You see me once in June, twice in November, but not at all in May. What am I?

Vowel count.

The letter “e”,the letter e,the letter "e",e

If you take away one hand, some will remain. What am I?

You look better with it.


What kind of cake does a mouse eat on its birthday?

Favorite mouse meal + cake.


What kind of lion never roars?

Where can we find lions except in Savannah?

A sea lion,sea lion

Sam's parents have three kids. Their names are Huey, Dewey, and _____?

You are reading about him.


I have a thousand needles but I do not sew. What am I?


A porcupine,porcupine

I sleep during the day and fly at night, but I have no feathers to aid my flight. What am I?


A bat,bat

If you don’t keep me, I’ll break. What am I?


A promise,promise

What has to be broken before you can use it?

Breakfast staple.

An egg,egg,eggs

Not many people have stepped on me. I never stay full for long. I have a dark side. What am I?


The moon,moon

What has legs, but doesn’t walk?

You can find it in your kitchen.

A table,table

I fall but I never get hurt. What am I?

You can ski or sled on it.

Snow,the snow

What word is spelled wrong in the dictionary?

Right yet…


The more of me there is, the less you see. What am I?


The dark,dark

What do you call a bear with no teeth?


A gummy bear,gummy bear

What did the zero say to the eight?

Have a close look at the shape of 0 and 8.

“Nice belt!”,nice belt,nice belt!

I’m orange, I wear a green hat and I sound like a parrot. What am I?

Rabbids favorite meal!

A carrot,carror

Which is heavier: a ton of bricks or a ton of feathers?


Neither—they both weigh a ton,neither

When Grant was 8, his brother was half his age. Now, Grant is 14. How old is his brother?

4 years younger.

His brother is 10. Half of 8 is 4, so Grant’s brother is 4 years younger. This means when Grant is 14, his brother is still 4 years younger, so he’s 10,10,he is 10, he's 10

You can touch me, but I can’t touch you back. You can see me, but I only reflect you and can never reject you. What am I?

The evil Queen in Snow White asks it for advice.

A mirror,mirror

It’s the only place in the world where today comes before yesterday. Where is it?


The dictionary,a dictionary,dictionary

What breaks as soon as you say its name?



What can travel around the world while staying in a corner?


A stamp,stamp

I am full of holes, but I can still hold water. What am I?


A sponge,sponge

I’m light as a feather, but even the world’s strongest man couldn’t hold me for much longer than a minute. What am I?


Breath,the breath

What comes once in a minute, twice in a moment, but never in a thousand years?


The letter “m”,the letter m,the letter "m"

The more you take, the more you leave behind. What am I?


Footsteps,foot steps

What has keys but can't open locks?


A piano,piano

I speak without a mouth and hear without ears. I have no body, but I come alive with the wind. What am I?


An echo,the echo

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