Enjoy these Christmas Jokes and Christmas Riddles for Kids. Share them with your little ones, pupils, nephews, grandchildren…

Short Christmas riddles and short Christmas jokes made to develop children’s imagination whilst having fun at the same time!

Hope you like them!



What did Adam say on the day before Christmas? 

It´s Christmas, Eve.

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Short Story for Kids written by: Alejandra, (Argentina).

Philip, the naughty sea wolf is really worried. Sitting on the sand, legs up, he thinks and thinks. Why isn’t the sky as blue as before? When was the last time that the seagull Vonda visited him? Why can´t he swim free?

Before, the sea was transparent and he could go fishing relaxed.

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The adventure of searching for food was so much fun! But nowadays, who can get what they are looking for when everything is in such short supply?


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Very easy riddles for kids. You can guess the riddles with your friends and family.

They are very easy, you can solve them for sure!

And if you like them don´t forget to check the website for all kinds of riddles !

Improve your imagination using our riddles section.




1. What gets wetter as it dries?
2. What belongs to you but is used more by others?
3. What has 4 legs but cannot walk?
4. Everyone has it but no one can lose it, what is it?
5. A cloud is my mother, the wind is my father,
my son is the cool stream, and my daughter is the fruit of the land.
A rainbow is my bed, the earth my final resting place,
and I´m the torment of man.
What am I?
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Five riddles about nature for all of you! The answers are below.

But don´t forget to solve the riddles before checking the answers. Hope you like them!





1. Who am I shining so bright
With my pretty silver light,
Peeping through your windows grey?
Tell me, little boy, I pray.


2. I´m gentle enough to soothe your skin,
light enough to fly through the sky,
strong enough to crack rocks,
What am I?


3. I can fly but have no wings,
I can cry but have no eyes,
Wherever I go, darkness follows me.
What am I?


4. My rings are not worth much, 
but they do tell my age,
What am I?


5. I have roots nobody sees,
I am taller than the trees.
Up, up I go,
but I never grow.
What am I?


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Here five plant riddles for all the family. Some are better known than others, but all of them are perfect to share with your little ones.

Riddles are a perfect way to develop a kids imagination and teach them how to concentrate and be patient whilst having fun at the same time.

Check the answers bellow, but not before solving them on your own!





1. What kind of flowers are on your face?
2. What kind of tree fits in your hand?
3. How do trees get on the internet?
4. You bury me when I´m alive,
and dig me up only when I die,
What am I?
5. My eye is dark,
and my mane is yellow.
You may see me at the mart.
and I’m probably taller than you, fellow.
What am I?
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Riddles for kids to share with your little ones. They are short riddles made to develop imagination and have fun at home. The answers are at the end, but better if you solve them first!



1.What has a neck but no head?


2.Which letter of the alphabet has the most water?


3.What always goes to sleep with his shoes on?


4.What has two hands, a round face,
always runs, but stays in place?


5.They come out at night without being called,
and are lost in the day without being stolen,
What are they?
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Today we have decided to write some animal riddles.  Some of them you might have heard and others are less well known.  You will be able to share them with your children, pupils, grandchildren, nieces and nephews,etc.  The purpose of these riddles is to develop your imagination. The more you do the faster you will solve them.

So here are 7 riddles. Try out your wit and see if you can guess the animals.

I spin my web in corners

And also between branches

To trap a careless fly

Who likes to take chances.

I am very hard to spot

‘Cause I change colour a lot.

With my tongue I eat a fly

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