10 Feb 2017


A riddle is a description or a question with a hidden answer.
Students love guessing and language games.
Personally, I use them in my lessons because students have fun and they reinforce writing and reading.
Riddles are going to engage children in a flash.
However, I show some models to students before they start to write their own.

These are good examples:

I have streets but no pavement,
I have cities but no buildings,
I have forests but no trees,
I have rivers but no water.
What am I? 

I have a neck but not head,
two arms but not hands.
What am I? 
(Answers at the bottom of this post)

After that, try to introduce engaging topics to children or the ones they are working in the classroom. Here you have two examples. 

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