10 What am I? riddles for kids
Even the easiest of the "What am I?" jokes seem hard when you don't have your thinking cap on. These riddles are sure to stump a few at the next family get together! Try them out on the kids first and then let them loose on their grandparents.
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Q. I went to London and have been to Rome. I could go to India and sometimes I get sent home. I do all of this by simply sitting in a corner. What am I?
A. A stamp
Q. I am black when you get me, red when you use me, and white when you're all through with me. What am I?
Q. I can be long or I can be short. I can be grown and I can be bought. I can be painted or left bare. I can be round or even square. What am I?
Q. I have two legs and they only touch the ground when I am not moving. What am I?
A. A wheelbarrow
Q. I must be kept. Everyone has me and once I am lost by one, others are sure to start losing me too. What am I?
A. Your temper.
Q. I make a loud noise when I am changing. I get larger but weigh less when I do. What am I?
Q. I can be cracked and I can be made. I can be told and sometimes played. What am I?
A. A joke.
Q. I have no eyes and no legs. I have no ears and am strong enough to move the earth. What am I?
A. A worm
Q. I’m the part of the bird that’s not in the sky. I can swim in the ocean and yet remain dry. What am I?
A. A shadow.
Q. I’m red but I can be green at times and I am even yellow. What am I?
A. An apple.