1.I have three letters, and I read the same forward and backwards. I rhyme with a word that is important to everyone. What word am I?

2.If there are three oranges and you take away two, how many will you have?

3.My life is often a volume of grief; your help is needed to turn a new leaf. Stiff is my spine and my body is pale, but I’m always ready to tell a tale. What am I?

4.You heard me before, yet you hear me again. Then I die, ’til you call me again. What am I?

5.A man was driving a black truck through a busy town. His lights were not on. The moon was not out. Suddenly a young girl stepped onto the road. The man swerved to avoid her. But how did he see her?

6.What can run but can’t walk?

7.What asks no question but demands an answer?

8.A cowboy rides into town on Tuesday. He has travelled far and is tired, so he decides to stay at the town’s hotel. He rides out of town on Sunday. He hasn’t left town in the meantime or stayed anywhere else, but he only pays the hotel for two nights. How does he do it, without breaking the law?

9.What is brown and sticky?

10.How do you make a witch itch?

11.My life can be measured in hours, I serve by being devoured. I am thin, quick and slow. Wind is my foe. What am I?

12.Screaming, soaring seeking sky. Flowers of fire flying high. Eastern art from ancient time. Name me now and solve this rhyme.


2.Two – you took away two, so you have two!
3.A book!
4.An echo
5.Yes- it was a sunny day! (The lights were not on, the moon not out)
7.A doorbell
8.The horse’s name is Tuesday
9.A stick
10.Answer: Take away her W
11.I’m a candle.