Milk Riddles

Here are five riddles for kids where milk is the answer, so they’re perfect for using with our other dairy, beverage and farm riddles.

The first four of these riddles rhyme, while the fifth is a What Am I riddle.

To use that last one, read the first line of it to your kids and ask them to try guessing what they think the answer might be. As it’s something that’s white but which isn’t a snowman, they might guess that it’s a piece of paper, a cloud or a bathtub.

If they don’t guess that the answer is milk, read them the second clue and have them guess again. Keep doing this until your children either work out that milk is the answer or they run out of clues.

5 Milk Riddles For Kids

Milk Riddles For Kids

If you had none with your cereal
I don’t think that you would be pleased
Although you pour it from a bottle
From a cow’s udder it is squeezed

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I’m something that is white
In a bottle I am stored
I’m something you can drink
On cereal I am poured

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This is a type of liquid
But it’s not oil or ink
It’s white and comes from a cow
And it’s something you can drink

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When flavors are added to this
It can be turned into a shake
It’s added to your cereal
And when churned, butter you can make

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What Am I?

I’m white but I’m not a snowman
I’m wet but I’m not sunscreen
I’m stored in the fridge but I’m not yogurt
I’m added to breakfast cereal but I’m not sugar
I’m something you can drink but I’m not water

Horse Riddles

Our series of animal riddles for kids is continuing today with ten of them that all have ‘horse’ as their answer.

This also means that these can be used with many of our other riddle themes such as sports, transport, farm and nature.

The first eight of these rhyme – with the fourth one, the word horse completes the rhyme. There’s also a one line riddle and a set of What Am I? questions.

With that final idea, read the first line to your children and ask them to guess the answer. The clue about four legs might mean they guess a table, chair or any number of different animals.

If they don’t guess that it’s a horse, read them the clue on the second line and have them guess again. Continue doing this until they either guess correctly that you’re describing a horse or they run out of clues.

10 Horse Riddles For Kids

Horse Riddles For Kids

I am a type of animal
Some say that I have a long face
I’m very good at running fast
So people ride me in a race

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A stallion’s a male
A female is called a mare
You can ride on one of these
On a carousel at a fair

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On the head and neck of these creatures
You will see that they have quite long manes
It’s best not to hold on to those though
Instead you should hold on to their reins

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I am a tall animal
I run with a lot of force
I also canter or trot
You can ride me – I’m a _ _ _ _ _

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When you startle one of these
Off it gallops like a shot
Once this animal’s slowed down
It will then canter or trot

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You might sometimes see this animal
With a jockey riding on its back
Trying to run as fast as it can
While going round and round a track

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Before there were cars and trains
This was how people got around
They’d get up on a saddle
Take its reins and then hooves would pound

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I might be found on a farm
But I’m not known as swine
I run round in a field
And I’m known as equine

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If you live next door to this animal, it’ll hopefully be a good neigh-bor

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What Am I?

I have four legs but I’m not a dog
I can run fast but I’m not a cheetah
I like carrots but I’m not a rabbit
I have a mane but I’m not a lion
I can be ridden but I’m not a motorcycle

Pig Riddles

We’re continuing our series of animal riddles for kids today with five that all have ‘pig’ as the answer.

In addition to the animal theme, these ideas also match well with our farm, nature and food riddles.

The first four of these are rhyming riddles, with the fifth asking your children “What Am I?”

To use the last riddle, read the first clue to your kids and get them to take a guess at what they think is being described.

If they’re incorrect, read them the second line and have them guess again. Keep going until they guess correctly that you’re describing a pig or until they run out of clues.

5 Pig Riddles For Kids

Pig Riddles For Kids

This provides meat that you would eat
When breakfast you are makin’
A chicken is what gives the eggs
And this is what gives bacon

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This is a farm animal
I’m not talking about a cow
It’s the one that gives us pork
And the female is a sow

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This is a type of animal
Which has a curly tail
A female is called a sow
And a boar is the male

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This animal gives us meat
On which you sometimes dine
It gives us tasty bacon
And it’s sometimes known as swine

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What Am I?

I live on a farm but I’m not a horse
I help provide what you might eat at breakfast but I’m not a chicken
I provide meat but I’m not a cow
I have a snout but I’m not an anteater
I’m found in a pen but I’m not ink

Cow Riddles

We’re continuing our series of animal riddles today with a few where cow is the answer.

In addition to the animal theme, these also group together well with our other riddles for kids with a farmfood and nature theme.

The first three of these rhyme, while the fourth is a What Am I? riddle. With that final idea, read the first line to your kids and get them to guess what they think the answer is.

If they’re incorrect, read them the second clue and get them to guess again. Keep going until they either guess that the answer is a cow or they run out of clues.

4 Cow Riddles For Kids

Cow Riddles For Kids

You might find these in a field
If they have horns I’d be wary
The females produce white stuff
That gets classified as dairy

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They live in a field
Milk is what they make
They help give us leather
And a juicy steak

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They sometimes wear a bell
But never a rattle
A group’s known as a herd
Or sometimes as cattle

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What Am I?

I sometimes have a bell but I’m not a bicycle
I have four legs but I’m not a dog
I have calves but I’m not referring to my legs
I’m found on a farm but I’m not a pig
I provide milk but I’m not a coconut

Chicken Riddles

Today’s set of riddles for kids all have ‘chicken’ as their answer.

These are ideal for using with many of our other riddles themes like food, birds, animals, farms, nature and more.

The first three of these are rhyming riddles, while the fourth asks your kids What Am I?

To use that last idea, read them the first line and get them to guess the answer. If they’re not correct, read them the second line and get them to guess again.

Keep going until they either realize that the answer is chicken or they run out of clues.

4 Chicken Riddles For Kids

Chicken Riddles For Kids

You can eat its wings
Its breast and its legs
Plus when it’s alive
You can eat its eggs

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You might be called this animal
If someone thinks that you’re afraid
This is something that you might eat
As well as its eggs that it laid

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This bird, it can be eaten
Breaded, roasted, boiled or fried
And why did it cross the road?
To get to the other side

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What Am I?

I’m found on a farm but I’m not a tractor
I can be roasted but I’m not a peanut
I have feathers but I’m not a pillow
I’m fowl but I’m not disgusting
I lay eggs but I’m not an ostrich