Riddles for Kids

Kids love riddles. They make them laugh. Here are some great ones to tell your kid before he or she goes to bed or during a long car ride …or any time!
What do you call a kitten sucking lemons? A sourpuss!
Why did King Kong climb the Empire Statute Building? He was too big to take the elevator.
What do you call the zipper on a banana? A fruit fly!
What did one potato chip say to another? Should we go for a dip?
What can you catch but not throw? A cold!
Why did the woman wear a helmet at the dinner table? She was on a crash diet?
Why did the chicken cross the playground? To get to the other slide!
Why are Teddy Bears always hungry? Because they are always stuffed!
Why is a vampire so unpopular? He is a pain in the neck!
What do sea monsters eat? Fish and ships!
What has two banks but no money? A river.
What is black and white and pink all over? A sunburned Zebra.
What goes up and never comes down? Your age!
What time is it when an elephant sits on a fence? Time to get a new fence!
How does a boat show love? It hugs the shore.
What has bark but no bite? A tree.
What game do cannibals love to play? Swallow the leader.
What is a cat on ice? A cool cat.
What word in the dictionary is spelled incorrectly? 'Incorrectly!'
What animal honks without a horn? A goose!
How do rabbits travel? By hareplane!
Have you heard about the restaurant on the moon? Great food – no atmosphere.
What thing do you break when you say its name? Silence.
What is harder to catch the faster you run? Your breath!
What did one rock pool say to the other rock pool? Show us your mussels.
What has no beginning, end or middle? A doughnut!
What did one toilet say to the other? You look a little flushed!
Why was the belt arrested? For 'holding up the pants.'
What do you get when you cross a snowman with a wolf? Frostbite!
Where can you always find money when you look for it? In the dictionary.
What gets wetter the more it dries? A towel.
What is a volcano? A mountain with hiccups.
What flowers do you always wear? Two lips.
What game do cows play at parties? Moosical chairs.
How did the lollipop say goodbye to the other lollipops? So long suckers!
Riddles like this are great because they give your kid's brain that little workout they need!