20 Puzzles for Kids That Adults Can’t Solve

Puzzles are interesting to solve for all ages. They are an interesting way to spend quality time, to shake the brain and to do a brain cell training. What would we say if we told you that these puzzles are intended for children, but that they are a difficult challenge for adults? Kids puzzles seem easy, but you have to be wise to solve them. Get ready to think and solve the following puzzles with your children. Let’s see what the puzzles are in the sequel.

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  • I often follow you and imitate all your movements. Still you can not touch me or catch me. What am I?


  • What is very easy to do and very difficult to fix?


  • I’m always at the dining table, but you never eat me. What am I?


  • Grandpa went for a walk and it started to rain. He did not have an umbrella or a hat. His clothes got wet, but not his head. How is it possible?


  • You see me in June and December, but never in March. What am I?


  • I pass through your property and around the whole yard, but I never move. What am I?


  • Peter’s father has three sons: Matt, John and… What is the name of the third son?


  • Which month of the year has 28 days?


  • Which is harder: a ton of bricks or a ton of feathers?


  • You should open me, but I have no lid or other opening. What am I?


  • There is a one-story house where everything is yellow. The walls are yellow.


  • The doors are yellow. Even the furniture is yellow. The house has yellow beds and yellow couches. What color are the stairs painted?


  • Which word has 31 letters but only three syllables?


  • What can you hear but not touch or see, even though you control it?


  • A girl fell from a ladder 10 meters high, but was not injured. Why?


  • What has arrows but no direction?


16. I give taste to the food and I have many layers, but if you approach me I will make you cry. What am I?



  • What has legs but can not walk?


  • What can you break but never stick or touch?


  • I am always in front of you, but never behind you. What am I?


  • A bus driver passed a Stop sign without stopping, turned left where there was a left-hand sign and went in the wrong direction on a one-way street. He did not break any rules. Why?



  • Your shadow.


  • The damage.


  • Cutlery.


  • Grandpa was bald.


  • Letter E.


  • Fence.


  • Peter.


  • All months have 28 days.


  • Both are equal because they both weigh one ton.


  • Egg.


  • There are no stairs, the house has one floor.


  • Alphabet.


  • You’re voice.


  • The girl fell from the first step.


  • Clock.


  • Onions.


  • Table.


  • Promise.


  • You’re future.


  • He was walking.