I am a submarine, not a plane. I live in the south, not the north. I am dressed like I’m going to a formal dance. Who am I?
Brown I am and small I can be, My tail's like a hand from tree to tree, My silly actions can make you smile, But to protect my family, I would go the extra mile. You can find me in the forest, or even in a zoo. I am a primate just like you. Who am I?" - Mrs. Inabinet's 3rd grade class
What stands tall, breathes and has no legs?
I have a bill, but I’m not a bird. I lay eggs, but I’m not a reptile. I have a flat tail, but I’m not a beaver. I live in Australia. Who am I?
They call me a man, but I will never have a life. They gave me a body, but I will never have a wife. They made me a mouth, but I cannot sing. Water gives me life, and death comes in spring.
You cannot see me with open eyes, but indeed with closed ones you can do anything. What am I? - Mrs. MacDonald's 1st grade
I have a huge brain with lots of memory. Natural resources keep me going. When I get sick I may warm up. Also, I sleep just like you. What am I? - Mrs. Larsen's 4th grade
What goes up but never comes down?
There are four stages to my life. I love to make a cozy little bed. I will go to Mexico for the winter. I am fed by flowers. What am I?
I am the largest subtropical habitat in the United States. I include fresh water, marshes, prairies and sinkholes. My plants include mangrove trees and grasses. Panthers, alligators, manatees and lizards live in me. What habitat am I?
The Florida Everglades.
If you have it, you want to share it. If you share it, you don’t have it. What is it?
I have four eyes and am always running. Who am I?
The Mississippi River.
I am forever brown, sometimes green, purple orange or red. I think you know just who I am, search in the back of your head. My colors change only once a year, can you figure out who I am here? - from Abbey, 5th grade
I am strongest when you view me whole. I move the ocean with my incredible strength, and an explorer with a name like "powerful bicep" was the first to walk on me. Who am I? - from Makenzie W.
I have white walls and no doors, but thieves break in and steal my gold. Who am I?
I have a pouch where my babies grow. I like to come out at night. There’s only one kind of me in North America, but there are many different kinds of me around the world. Who am I?
Why did the cake like to play baseball?
Because it was a good batter.
What flowers do you always wear?
Two lips (Tulips).
Some of us had sharp teeth, and some of us had smooth teeth. We laid hard eggs. Some of us were meat-eaters and some of us were plant-eaters. We are extinct. Who are we?
What comes once in a minute, twice in a moment and never in a thousand years?
The letter “m”
I can sizzle like bacon. I am made with an egg. I have plenty of backbone, but lack a good leg.
I peel layers like onions, but still remain whole. I can be long, like a flagpole, yet fit in a hole.
I stand 28 inches tall on my pink feet. I chomp krill with my black beak until I reach 9 pounds. I don't ride a bike, but my head looks like I do with a strap under my chin. I don't eat sandwiches, but swim around the South Sandwich Islands. Who am I?
A chinstrap penguin.
I eat meat, live in the snow and have big, sharp teeth. I have white fur but black skin underneath. Who am I?
A polar bear.
It's tall, skinny, short and fat, a loon can have it too. It rises with the sun and sets with the moon. Everyone can have one, even me and you. What am I? - from Lilly and Kayla, 5th grade
I am a fish who has no bones. Sometimes I am named after other animals, like a tiger, a bull or a cat. Who am I?
A shark (Tiger shark, bull shark, cat shark).
Young I am tall. Old I am small. With life I glow. Breath is my foe. Who am I?
Some of us eat fruit. Some of us eat meat. All of us have fur and can fly, which is neat. Who are we?
I can see you buy you can't see me. My name is the same forward and back. Who or what am I?
It brought transportation from a whole different nation. It runs and walks and speaks its animal language. Apples and carrots fill its muscular body. It runs at full speed and it speaks its own high-pitched language. What is it?
Sometimes I'm hot. Sometimes I'm cold. Sometimes I'm soft and sometimes
I'm bold. I come in the day. I come in the night. I come from the sky
and I cause people fright. Before you see me, it's quiet. And when I'm
on you, I'm worse than a riot. I twist and turn. I tear up the ground.
And when I'm alone, I'm never found. What am I?
I staft with a B. I live in water. The water is salty. I have 5 gill openings on the side of my head. I eat plankton. Who am I?
A basking shark
Ahoy mateys! Here's a riddle for you. I'm a happy guy. I am black and
flap. I am found on a ship. I have bones. I am a pirate's warning. What
The Jolly Roger Flag
A pirate sailed into port on St. Patrick's Day. He stayed for one week and left on St. Patrick's Day. How did he do this?
The pirate's ship was named St. Patrick's Day.