Riddles help us get smarter because they inspire critical thinking and improve our problem-solving abilities.
Sure, there are other brain exercises that you can engage for the same results, but, then, how many of them are as much fun?
When it comes to helping your child develop problem-solving skills, riddles are one of the tools you need.
N Azlin Sha / Shutterstock.com
The beauty is that riddles and puzzles can improve your child's cognitive abilities and spur them to learn more. At least, it is one way you get them to enjoy learning since it is not regular homework!
Besides, children generally like to question things and, as such, they are equipped for solving riddles.
Therefore, you don't have to worry that puzzles are beyond them. Even if they don't get them right away, they are likely to enjoy a worthy challenge.
Jne Valokuvaus / Shutterstock.com
We concede that it is strange that there would be towns, cities, shops, and streets with no people. Who built them, right?
However, you should remember that riddles are built around logic. Therefore, you should not be saying it doesn't make sense. You should be thinking outside the box.
Have you figured it out? If your answer is a map, then you are right!
Well done! Do well to share this riddle with your loved ones to make your hangouts more fun!
READ ALSO: Can You Say How Many Children Does This Dad Have?