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These printable brain teasers will help build vocabulary, creative thinking and logic skills. They're great for kids who need an extra brain-charged challenge.
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Word ChallengesWord Puzzle - Soccer (Easy) Free
Figure out the mystery word that matches each clue.What's the Word? #1 (Mixed Levels) Member
Figure out the mystery word that matches each clue.What's the Word? #2 (Mixed Levels) Member
Figure out the mystery word that matches each clue.Monkey Message (Easy) Member
Can you decode Marvin the Monkey's secret message to you?5-Letter Word Whiz (Medium Difficulty) Member
Can you unscramble all twenty-six of these 5-letter words? Includes a fun scoring key for kids.Code Riddles (Medium) Member
Each letter in the code represents the letter that comes before it in the alphabet. (example: IFMMP = HELLO)What Letter Comes Next? (Very Hard) Member
Find the pattern of letters and tell which comes next.Number-Letter Teasers (Hard) Member
Students solve the number-letter teasers. (example: 26 L in the A = 26 letters in the alphabet)Thinking Riddles (Easy) Free
Can your students figure out the answers to these tricky riddle puzzles?Weird Words (Easy) Member
Learn about oddities in the English language. Find the weird words in the puzzle, then match them to the given clues.Rebus Puzzles (Easy) Free
Can you tell what these picture puzzles are trying to say?Complete the Proverbs Member
This worksheet contains a list of partially-completed proverbs. Students have to fill in the blank lines to complete each proverb. If they're unsure of the answer, have them make their best guess.Football Brain Strainers (Medium) Free
Figure out which NFL football team the funny clues refer to.Acrostic Squares (Easy) Member
Use the clues to complete the 4 by 4 acrostic crossword squares.More Acrostic Squares (Easy) Member
More 4 by 4 acrostic crossword square puzzles for kids.
Rebus PuzzlesRebus Puzzles A-1 Member
Can you figure out the word and phrases illustrated in the pictures?Rebus Puzzles A-2 Member
What common words and phrases are drawn in the pictures?Rebus Puzzles A-3 Member
Challenge your students to solve these mind-bending rebus puzzles.Rebus Puzzles B-1 Member
Here's another set of nine brain teaser rebus puzzles.Rebus Puzzles B-2 Member
How many of these picture-word rebus puzzle challenges will your students be able to solve?Rebus Puzzles B-3 Member
Will your class be able to figure out the answers to these challenging brain teaser rebus puzzles?
Hink PinksHink Pinks: Level A (Easy) Free
A hink pink is a pair of rhyming words that can be used to define a silly clue.Hink Pinks: Level A-2 (Easy) Member
More easy hink pink riddles (rhyming pairs).Hink Pinks: Level B (Medium Difficulty) Member
These hink pinks are a little bit harder, for kids with a more complex vocabulary.Hink Pinks: Level C (Hard) Member
These tough hink pinks will really twist your mind and drive you crazy.Hink Pinks: Level C-2 (Hard) Member
Even more super-tough hink pink clues to solve.Hink Pinks: Level C-3 (Hard) Member
What do you call a large rock that's colder than other rocks? A colder boulder! How about a plastic glass for a young dog? A pup cup!Hink Pinks: Level D-1 (Extreme) Member
What do you call a tired, yellow flower? A lazy daisy! What do you call a magical creature who milks cows? A dairy fairy!
Visual-Spatial ChallengesJigsaw Pieces (Easy) Member
Which jigsaw puzzle piece fits into each puzzle?
Number ChallengesCalculator Words Member
Type numbers into a calculator, turn the calculator upside down and read the words.Circle the 10s (Easy) Member
Find the pairs of numbers in each row that have a sum of 10.Circle the 25s (Medium) Member
Figure out which pairs of numbers add up to 25.Circle the 100s (Hard) Member
Find and circle the pairs of numbers in that add up to 100.How Old Am I? (Grade 5 and Up) Member
Calculate how many weeks, months, and days old you are. Problem-solving worksheet requires higher-level multiplication skills.
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Use the clues to determine the mystery object.Number Detective
Read the clues and figure out the secret number.Penelope Peabody - 50 States
What state is Penelope Peabody visiting? Use the clues to determine her location.