126 April Riddles for Kids: Mind-Boggling Puzzles for Fun-filled Spring Days

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If you like spring, the chances are that you like April too. And if you have kids, I’m sure April is one of their favorite months. After all, this is the month they play outdoors in the open sun.

Now, spring month comes with so many things. The beautiful flowers, the hide and seek of the sun, the hot summery breeze, and of course, the rain.

Kids are the ones who enjoy this time the most. They get to spend a lot of time in the pool and do their favorite activities. It keeps them busy.

Another way to keep your kids engaged is by Sharing riddles. They are fun. They make your little ones think. And the best part is that they get to use their brains while still having fun.

When it comes to riddles, April has a lot to offer. Tons of riddles are crafted with the things you see this month.

So, if you are looking for April riddles for kids, you have come to the right place!

Read on to know more.

The Best April Riddles for Kids

Kids love it when you give them all your attention and time. And playing riddles is one of those times when you sit and converse with them.

Also, riddles are a great way to exercise your kid’s brain even when they are not studying.

Did I tell you that you can make your riddles too?

Yes, that’s quite easy. But, of course, it takes time and practice.

Now, if it’s the month of April and you are looking for some great riddles that you can ask your kids, I have your back.

Here I have come up with the best April riddles for kids. And to make it easier for you to search, I have made a few sections.

If there is anything specific that you are looking for, you can jump straight to that section.

Easy April Riddles for Kids

Easy April Riddles for Kids

This section is for the smallest of kids to whom you are introducing riddles for the first time.

Now, if it’s their first time getting to know riddles, it shouldn’t be difficult since the riddles I have come up with in this section are easy to crack.

Also, they are fun and perfect for arousing your kid’s interest in finding the right answer.

For example, start with “Q: A mama Robin has two daughters. Each of her daughters has a brother. How many children does mama robin have?

A: She has 3, and both daughters have the same 1 brother.”

And then, you can move on to the more difficult ones once they get the hang of it.

I fall, but I don’t get hurt. I pour, but I’m not a jug. I help plants grow, but I’m not the sun. What am I?

Rain.

A cub, a bunny, and a gosling are taking a walk. One of them sneezes. It’s not the animal that hops, and it’s not the animal that flies. Which animal sneezed?

The cub.

I am a bow that can’t be tied.

A rainbow.

What is small, round, and colorful and gets hidden over and over again?

An Easter egg.

Racoons are racing around the tree. Can you spell that without any “r’s”?

T-H-A-T

A mama robin has two daughters. Each of her daughters has a brother. How many children does the mama robin have?

She has 3, both of the daughters have the same 1 brother.

What has to be broken before you can use it?
An egg.

A teacher and a student were counting puddles. The student was the teacher’s daughter, but the teacher was not the girl’s mother. Who was the teacher?

Her father.

What can run but can’t walk?

Water.

What do you call a rabbit with fleas?

Bugs Bunny

What did the dirt say to the rain?

If this keeps up, my name will be mud.

What do you call a cyborg bee?
The Pollinator.

I die once a year, yet time makes me stronger.
A tree.

Why did the bird go to the hospital?
It needed tweetment!

Which month likes walking?
March

What’s a baby chick’s favorite plant?

EGG-plants.

What’s the best day of the year to monkey around with your friends?

Ape-ril Fool’s Day, of course.

What did the big flower say to the little one?

You’re really growing bud!

What goes up when the rain comes down?

An umbrella.

How does a bee brush its hair?

With its honeycomb.

Why are waterbeds so bouncy?

They’re filled with spring water.

Why is April the cleanest month?

April Showers.

What do you call the Easter bunny the day after Easter?

Tired.

What’s the difference between spring rolls and summer rolls?

Seasoning

Why is the letter A like a flower?
A bee (B) comes after it!

What do you call a well-dressed lion?
A dandy lion.

Difficult April Riddles for Kids

Difficult April Riddles for Kids

Now that your kids are familiar with riddles, you can increase the difficulty level a bit.

It will keep their interest intact in solving riddles. Otherwise, if the riddles are too easy or hard to solve, your kid might want to avoid solving them. You don’t want that, right?

I have listed in this section the riddles that may take longer than the previous section to solve. You can ask these riddles to bigger kids.

For example, you can go with riddles such as, “Q: I bring both darkness and light, and I can be both wet and dry. Many times on spring nights, I take over the sky. I am known for producing ice and rain, and you can see how I move by using a wind vane.

What am I?

A: A spring thunderstorm.”

You can find more such April riddles below!

Opening me inside can bring a bit of bad luck, but when I don’t work outdoors it can really suck. I tend to bloom on a rainy day, but stay shriveled when it’s sunny in May.

What am I?

An umbrella.

This is no April Fools’ joke. I can bring quite a soak. I don’t like to associate with electric guys; I just make water fill the skies. While I don’t have a lot of power, I am great at bringing about a Mayflower.

What am I?

An April shower.

I like to touch the ground, but you frequently find me in the sky. However, if I were to touch me, you could potentially die.

What am I?

Lightning.

My rate of speed is pretty high, and my journey begins up in the sky. I never go up, I always fall down. If too many of my friends fall in the same spot, you could possibly drown.

What am I?

A raindrop.

My lifespan is short, but my impact is long. I hum a very distinctive song. My favorite colors are yellow and black, and my bottom is shaped like a sharp little thumbtack.

What am I?

A bumblebee.

I am pink and red and sometimes yellow. I symbolize someone’s love for another fellow. A vase is something that I might adorn, but for those who hold me, make a point to watch for my thorn.

What am I?

A rose.

I kneel a lot, but not to pray. I love to be outside on a sunny spring day. You can usually find me in a pair of gloves with a spade in my hand, boy do I love tending the land.

Who am I?

A gardener.

I have bark, but absolutely no bite and my fall colors can be quite the sight. However, in the spring, I like to grow things and I serve as a home for animals with wings.

What am I?

A tree.

Sometimes I am practical, and sometimes I am pretty. You can find me in front of buildings in virtually any city. It takes a green thumb to make me look great, and many of my contents serve as gifts on an anniversary date.

What am I?

A garden.

I have wings and a tail and I love to spend time in the sky, but without proper wind, I cannot seem to fly. Sometimes my flight has a purpose and other times it’s just for fun. You just need to make sure that you only enjoy me in the sun.

What am I?

A kite.

How come April is generally the tidiest month? 

May showers.

What cannot walk but can run really fast? 

Water.

What, if not a pitcher, can fall and pour without injuring anyone?
Rain.

How can ten children fit under one umbrella so that none of them get wet?
Because of the absence of rain, they don’t get drenched.

In the case of rain, what begins to rise?

A shelter.

What has the potential to rapidly alter the weather?
A cyclone.


How do we wrap up Spring?
Using a G.

What gift is offered to May by April?
Flowers.

How did the daffodil win the car race? 

With the help of the metal petals, it won.

What are 10 feet tall, yellow, and therefore not a giraffe?

A sunflower.

Which flower makes the best hugs and kisses?
Two-lip.

What do trampolines as well as flowers have in common?
They embrace Spring (s).

What needs to be destroyed before it can be used?
An egg.

Why do birds make such poor gifts?
They cost little.

Why was the bird detained by the police?
He was a robin.

April Riddles for Kids About Flowers

April Riddles for Kids About Flowers

April is a spring month. And as you may already know, this is the month in which many flowers with different hues blossom.

Does your kid like flowers?

My little one does. My kid likes gifting me one every once in a while from our backyard.

If your kid likes flowers too, how about testing their knowledge with a fun round of flower riddles?

Don’t worry, thinking about what riddles can be there about flowers. Leave that to me. I have come up with the best collection of riddles about flowers.

Here is one: “Q: What are 10 feet tall, yellow, and therefore not a giraffe?

A: A sunflower.”

See, it’s pretty easy.

The following are some more flower riddles for kids!

What can run fast, but can’t walk?
Water.

What can fall without getting hurt, and pour but is not a pitcher?
Rain.

If 10 kids try to squeeze under one umbrella, how do none of them get wet?
Because it wasn’t raining.

What can make the weather change in an instant?
A storm.

How does spring end?
With a G.

What gift does April give to May?
Flowers.

This spring blossom rhymes with hairy.
Cherry

When is it impossible to plant flowers?
When you haven’t botany.

What do you call a girl with a frog on her head?
Lily.

I am a spring flower that rhymes with hill, if; if know my name, tell me you will.
Daffodil

What’s the best flower for a boy to give on Mother’s Day?
A son-flower.

What is it that flowers do that rhymes with room?
Bloom.

When do monkeys fall from the sky?
During APE-ril showers

What flowers grow on people’s faces?
Tulips (Two-lips)!

Why did the farmer plant a seed in his pond?
He was trying to grow a water-melon.

Why was the bee mad?
You’d be mad too if someone stole your honey and nectar.

How do sheep celebrate Memorial Day?
With a baa-baa cue.

What do the trees say when they start getting their leaves back in spring?
What a re-leaf!

How did the seed address the flower?
OK, Bloomer!

How does a flower bomb sound?
Kabloom.

What does April bring to May?
Flowers

What kind of garden does a baker have? 
A ‘flour’ garden.

Why did the flowers break up?
They were simply pollen apart!

April Riddles for Kids About the Season

April Riddles for Kids About the Season

There are plenty of things that the month of April brings- the sun, the rain, the flowers, the birds, and so much more.

And all that can be used as an inspiration to form riddles. Yes, I have dedicated this section to riddles about the season that you get to enjoy in April.

Here is a mix of easy and difficult riddles to keep the smallest kids and the biggest ones interested throughout.

How about this: “Q: How can ten children fit under one umbrella so that none of them get wet?

A: Because of the absence of rain, they don’t get drenched.”

It’s funny, right?

You can have a look at the following riddles to ask your kids.

What season is it when you are jumping on a trampoline? 
Spring time

What falls but never gets hurt? 
The rain!

What did the summer say to the spring?
“Help, I’m going to Fall!”

What’s Irish and comes out in Spring?
Paddy OFurniture

How excited was the gardener about spring?
So excited he wet his plants.

Which bow cannot be tied?
Rainbow

What has no fingers, but many rings?
A tree!

What is long and white or green, delicious and comes in the spring?
Asparagus

What does a caterpillar do on a spring day?
Wiggles-the-day-away like Bad Case of Larvae Day!

How does a chef in springtime season his food?
By using the spice-of-life!

Why is spring the season of love?
It’s because the birds do it and the bees do it!

What do you call a springtime horse?
Hay-ooh-Springsteen!

How does a zebra say “spring” in its own language?
“Stripe-time”!

Why was the deer in the meadow on a spring day?
To get spring drunk!

What does a flower say to the warm sun in spring?
“You rock, hot stuff”!

How does a cat react to the first rain in spring?
It purrs-a-lot!

What do you call flowers that know how to party in the spring?
B’lu’me ‘away’ed!

Why are strawberries the best fruit in the spring?
They bring the whole season to a berry-end!

What’s the best way to celebrate spring?
By throwing a bee-and-celebrate party!

April Riddles for Kids About Bunnies and Birds

April Riddles for Kids About Bunnies and Birds

Bunnies are a hit among kids. That soft bundle of fur with cute small eyes, looking at you with love – who can ignore that sweetness, right?

We have two bunnies at home; my little one loves playing with and running behind them.

Does your kid like bunnies too?

If so, then let them have a great time by asking them riddles about bunnies.

Also, spring is the time when you get to watch a lot of birds of different colors and different kinds. And to hear them sing is another level of pleasure.

Keeping that in mind, I have added riddles about birds too.

For example, “Q: Why did the police detain the bird?

What birds have 4 feet and yellow feathers?
Two canaries

What three-letter word is a mousetrap?
Cat

How can you keep an elephant from charging?
Take away its credit card

What has 18 legs and catches flies?
A baseball team

Why does a giraffe eat so little?
Because a little goes a long way.

What’s the best present for a deaf goldfish?
A herring aid

How do you keep a skunk from smelling?
Hold its nose.

If 2 is company and 3 is a crowd, what are 4 and 5?
9!

Why did the girl go outside with her purse open?
She was expecting some change in the weather.

What’s 102 stories high, wears a black cape, and has very sharp teeth?
The vampire state building

What do giraffes have that no other animal has?
Little giraffes

When are cooks mean?
When they beat the eggs and whip the cream.

Why was the watchdog spinning around and around?
He was winding himself up.

Why does a baby pig eat so much?
To make a hog out of himself

What kind of shoes are made of banana skins?
Slippers

What do tarantulas drink on Halloween?
Apple spider

What is gray, has four legs, big ears, a tail, and a trunk?
A mouse going on vacation

On what day of the year do people talk least?
On the shortest day of the year

If 20 dogs run after one dog, what time is it?
Twenty after one

Why should you take a ruler to bed?
To see how long you slept

What’s the best way to catch a fish?
Have someone throw it to you.

What did the rug say to the floor?
Don’t move—I have you covered.

What did the duck say when it laid a square egg?
Ouch!

What has 1,000 legs and no feet?
500 pairs of pants

What has one foot on each side and one in the middle?
A yardstick

What is the difference between a tuna fish and a piano?
You can’t tune a fish.

Which month has 28 days in it?
All months

What are King Kong’s favorite cookies?
Chocolate chimp

What do you get if you put a mother duck and five ducklings into a box?
A box of quackersx

Who always goes to sleep with his shoes on?
A horse

Conclusion

Sharing riddles with your kids is one of the best ways to spend time with them. It is interactive, increases your kid’s vocabulary, makes them social, and keeps your kid’s brain working even while they are in playing mode.

Did you like the April riddles for kids that I have listed here? Which are your favorites?

Remember to let me know in the comments!

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