Riddles for children should challenge their thinking without being too frustrating, such as the following: "What has a face and hands but no arms or legs?" The answer is a clock, which has a "face" with numbers and "hand... More »

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A few riddles to work a child's mind include: "I'm tall when I'm young. I'm short when I'm old. What am I?" and "Poor people have it. Rich people need it. If you eat it, you will die. What is it?" The answer to the first... More »

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Children love knock-knock jokes, such as "Knock, knock. Who's there? Ice cream. Ice cream who? Ice cream if you don't let me in!" They also enjoy riddles and puns that let them show friends and grown-ups that they can se... More »

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Teach children to tell time by directing them to imitate the hands of an analog clock with their arms. Make a clock out of cardboard and compare digital clock readings to the placement of the hands on the practice clock. More »

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An example of a difficult riddle is, "When is 99 more than 100?" The answer is, "On a microwave," because when 99 is entered on a microwave, the microwave runs for one minute and 39 seconds, but when 100 is entered, it o... More »

One of the most difficult riddles is "What has four fingers and a thumb, but is not living?" This riddle is difficult because answerers usually focus on the living part and do not see the relatively simple answer. More »

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The signs and symptoms of fluid retention include swelling in the body parts, including the feet, lower legs, hands, arms and face, according to Healthgrades. Based on the condition that causes fluid retention, other sig... More »