Riddles provide great fun for children, especially beginning at the age of seven. No rules are needed for riddles. All you need is to be able to communicate and understand the gist of the riddle. Since Halloween is in the air, here are some of our favorite riddles to share with your grandchildren — or any child. Go on — start giggling.
What do birds say on Halloween?
“Twick or tweet.”
What did the mother ghost say to the child ghost?
“Don’t spook until you’re spooken to.”
What is Count Dracula’s favorite snack?
How can you tell twin witches apart?
It’s not easy to tell which witch is which.
How does a witch tell time?
With a witch watch.
What is the favorite ride of ghost children?
The roller ghoster.
What is a ghost’s favorite song?
“A-Haunting We Will Go”
What broadcasting network has the best horror shows?
The ghost-to-ghost network.
Who is Count Dracula’s favorite person on a baseball team?
The bat boy.