Want to test how smart your kids are? 3,500 various kids brain teasers, riddles, math and logic puzzles await you. Give a try to the LogicLike course-based brain puzzle game!
What does a snowman eat for breakfast?
Which side of a turkey has the most feathers?
What always goes to bed with its shoes on?
What word becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?
What can you keep after giving it to someone?
What is seen in the middle of March and April?
Look in my face,
I am somebody;
Look in my back,
I am nobody.
What am I?
What never gets any wetter no matter how hard it rains?
How many men were born last year?
How long is the answer to this question?
What can you keep but cannot share and once you share it, you can’t keep it anymore?
What ends everything always?
What are two things you cannot eat for supper?
Guess the item
Choose a shape that:
- Isn't big and isn't green.
- Has angles.
Not an elephant, but gray.
Choose all the answers that fit.
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The numbers can't be bigger than 20. Which digits can a circle be equal to?
Solve the Kakuro puzzle. Start from the bottom horizontal row.
Are you ready for more number puzzles and riddles for kids?
Name the opposite to Night:
Sun, Day or Light?
Color, shape, size?
Have eyes for even more cool logic puzzles for kids and parents!
Max read from page 7 through page 17. How many pages did he read?
Take some more math brain teasers for kids.
Olive's mom has five daughters:
Bella, Annie, Martha, Kate...
What is the fifth one's name?
Max took two good shots and gained 4 points. Annie took two good shots and gained 6 points. Which balloons are left?
The rooms were numbered in orderly fashion, starting from the number 1. 41 digits were used in total. How many rooms were numbered?
By how much will any two-digit number multiply when written down twice in a row?
The LogicLike team created and put unique brain teasers and puzzles into a logical order. Easy to hard math and logic brain teasers for kids and their parents, 3D thinking, number puzzles, and more.