# Riddles for preschoolers

Carefully picked questions and easy kindergarten riddles await your children. You have found a lot more than simple rhyming riddles for preschoolers. Play the LogicLike game with 1,500 logic riddles and puzzles!

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## Riddles for preschoolers from 5 years old

I have a little house in which I live all alone.
It has no doors or windows, and if I want to go out I must break through the wall.
What am I?

I act like a cat,
I look like a cat,
Yet I am not a cat.
What am I?

I build up castles.
I tear down mountains.
I make some men blind,
I help others to see.
What am I?

Until I am measured, I am not known, Yet how you miss me when I have flown. What Am I?

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I soar without wings, I see without eyes.
I've traveled the universe to and fro.
I've conquered the world, yet I've never been anywhere but home.
Who am I?

I am known to be bad luck when you see me in the dark and oh how I hate the rain but one thing is for sure you won’t hear me bark.
What am I?

What question can you never (honestly) answer yes to?

Why is an island like the letter T?

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I am hard like stone, but I grow on your body.
What am I?

Where did one wall meet the other wall?

I am less than 10.
I am more than the number of sides in a triangle.
I am 2+2.
What number am I?

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## Picture Riddles and Brain Teasers

Questions and riddles by Logiclike help kindergarten children build math and logical thinking skills. Solving logic puzzles makes getting ready for school easier!

## Brain Teasers for kids 4-5 years old

Name the opposite:
Heavy, small or strong?

There are 2 candies, 1 pastry and 3 pears on a plate. How many fruits are there?

What's changed?
Color, shape, size?

A plum is cheaper than a pear. An apple is more expensive than a pear. Match the pictures and the lines.

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## Brain Teasers for 6-7-years old

Move all the shapes. Put the circle into the red place. Neither the circle nor the square can be in the blue place.

There are 4 cars in a garage. They're red and blue.
There are more red cars than blue ones.
How many red cars are there?

The square cannot be second. There should be a red shape in the third place.
Which cell is the square in?

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