Riddles for teens

Fun Riddles for Teens: Mind-Boggling Brainteasers to Keep You entertained!

Do you like a good brainteaser every once in a while? If so, keep reading as we have collected some of the best fun riddles for teens to keep you entertained. These riddles are sure to challenge your mind and make you think outside the box. But don't worry – we have the answers included! So get ready to put your thinking cap on and see how many of these you can solve.

Riddles for Teens


Teen Scavenger Hunt with Riddles

Make solving riddles even more fun with this Teen Scavenger Hunt. With 22 fun riddles to solve this will keep your teens entertained. Each clue will lead them to the next riddle to solve, eventually leading to the prize at the end.

Some of these treasure hunt riddles are;

Q. I am not a chicken but I have skin
     I can be peeled but am not a banana
     I am usually red or green but an not a Christmas Ornament
     What am I?

Answer: An apple

Q. I have a door but am not a house
     I am not a garage but I store things
     I contain clothes but am not a washing machine
     What am I?

Answer: Closet

Teen Treasure Hunt with Riddles

or try these Fun Teen Outdoor Treasure Hunt Riddles. Some of these are a little tricky to get everything thinking.

Some of these clues are:

Q. I am often made of wood but am not a table
     I have a handle but am not a broom
     Sometimes I need a key but am not a map
     What am I?

Answer: A Door

Q. I get cut but I never bleed
     I have teeth but I don't bite
     I get put on a ring but I am not a diamond
     I get turned but am not a page
     What am I?

Answer: A key

Teen Outdoor Treasure Hunt

More Riddles for Teens

Q: Forward I am heavy, but backward I am not. What am I?

A: Ton!

Q: What falls in Winter but never get’s hurt?

A: Snow

Q: Mary has four daughters, and each daughter has a brother. How many children are in Mary’s family?

A: Five, there’s Mary’s son and four daughters!

Q: What has hands but can not clap?

A: A clock!

Q: What kind of room has no doors or windows?

A: Mushroom

Q: What has a bottom at the top of them?

A: Your legs

What Am I Riddles

Q: I am made of water but if you put me in water I will die. What am I?

A: Ice

Q: If you have me you want to share me, if you share me you haven’t got me. What am I?

A: A secret

Q: I make two people out of one. What am I?

A: A Mirror

Q: I speak without a mouth and hear without ears. What am I?

A: An Echo!

Q: I am light as a feather but you can not hold me for long. What am I?

A: Your breath

Q: The more you take away from me the bigger I become. What am I?

A: A Hole

Q: I have a head and a tail but no body. What am I?

A: A coin!

Q: I run all around a house but I never move. What am I?

A: A fence

Riddles for Teenagers

Brainteaser riddles for teens

It's no secret that teenagers can be a handful. They're full of energy, emotionally charged, and seem to enjoy pushing the limits. But despite all their teenage angst, there's a lot to love about them. They're incredibly resilient, impossibly optimistic, and endlessly entertaining.

So whether you're a teenager yourself or simply dealing with one on a daily basis, remember that they're just trying to figure out this crazy thing called life. And as long as you can keep that in mind, you'll be just fine.

So getting them to laugh and tell jokes is a great way to relieve some of that tension. Using their brains to solve riddles or play word games is another great way to keep their minds active.

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Teen Brain Teasers

Do you prefer picture riddles? These brain teasers for teens are fun to solve.  

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Fun Riddles for Teens with answers

These fun riddles are great for a teen party or family games night.

Q. You throw away my outside, eat my inside, then throw away the inside.

     What am I?

Answer: Corn on the cob

Hard Riddles for Teens

Looking for something with more of a challenge? These hard riddles for teenagers will give them something to think about. 

Q. I am not alive, but I grow; I don't have lungs, but I need air; I don't have a mouth, but water kills me.

    What am I?

Answer: A fire

Q. What has a heart that doesn't beat, a mouth that doesn't speak, and a head that doesn't think?

     What am I?

Answer: A river

Q. I speak without a mouth and hear without ears. I have no body, but I come alive with wind.

     What am I?

Answer: I am an Echo

Easy Riddles for Teenagers

Easy riddles for teenagers can still be a lot of fun and are a great way to keep your mind sharp and have some fun at the same time. Start off with some easy riddles to get everyone thinking then get on to the tricky more difficult ones.

So next time you're feeling bored, whip out this list and see how many you can solve. We bet you'll be surprised at how challenging some of them are! And don't forget to share with your friends to see who can get the highest score.

Funny riddles for teens are the perfect icebreaker for any party, get together or even a classroom party. So next time you're feeling like you need to break the ice, have a look at our teen riddles or check out these Riddles & Jokes, and see how many smiles you get.


More Fun Party Games:

Looking for something fun to do with your teen? Check out these great Teen scavenger hunts that will keep them entertained for hours. Fun mall photo scavenger hunts to tricky ones, there is something here for everyone. So grab a friend and get started!

Throw the best party ever with these fun party games that are perfect for teenagers. From classic games to new twists, there's something for everyone in this list. So get ready to have a blast!