Although riddles may get some eye rolls from kids, they’re sure to smile.
Example: What is heavy when going forward but not when going backward? (Ton)
See how many of these riddles your teens can solve.
Example: What question can you never answer “yes” to? (“Are you asleep?”)
Here are 62 more riddles for kids and youth groups.
Example: What number, when spelled out, has all its letters in alphabetical order? (Forty)
Share these riddle resources with parents too.
Example: What eight-letter word remains a word as you keep removing one letter from it? (Starting: staring, string, sting, sing, sin, in, I)
What riddles for teens do you recommend for youth groups? Please share your favorite stumpers in the comments section below!