# Best riddles for kids

## Six bills

How could you give someone \$63 using six bills without using one dollar bills?
1 - \$50 bill, 1 - \$5 bill, 4 - \$2 bills.
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Once upon a time there was a dad and 3 kids. When the kids were adults, the dad was old and Death came to take the dad. The first son, who became a lawyer, begged Death to let the dad live a few more years. Death agreed. When Death came back, the second son, who became a doctor begged Death to let his father live a few more days. Death agreed. When Death came back the third son, who became a priest begged Death to let the dad live till that candle wick burned out and he pointed to a candle. Death agreed. The third son knew Death wouldn't come back, and he didn't. Why not?
The third son went over and blew out the candle after Death left because the son said "till the candle wick burns out", not "till the candle burns out".
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## Mr Brown had a big house

Mr Brown was killed on Sunday afternoon. The wife said she was reading a book. The butler said He was taking a shower. The chef said he was making breakfast. The maid said she was folding clothes, and the gardener said he was planting tomatoes. Who did it?
The chef. Mr Brown was killed in the afternoon and yet the chef claimed he was making breakfast?
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## Hat in the Red Sea

If you drop a yellow hat in the Red Sea, what does it become?
Wet.
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## Number 7

How do you make the number 7 an even number without addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division?
Drop the "S".
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## Harder to catch the faster you run

What is harder to catch the faster you run?
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## Who delivers Christmas presents to dogs

Who delivers Christmas presents to dogs?
Santa Paws.
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## What is it?

The person who built it sold it. The person who bought it never used it. The person who used it never saw it. What is it?
It's a coffin.
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## King's jester in Medieval England

In medieval England, a king's jester was imprisoned (the king didn't like the jester's jokes). The jester was locked in a room at the top of a high tower. The room had only one tiny window. The jester found a piece of rope. It wasn't long enough to reach the ground. So, he divided it in half and tied the two halves together. This made the rope long enough and he escaped. How?
He divided the rope vertically, not horizontally.
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