Riddles, riddles and more riddles! Brainmelter is the place for fun riddles on the web site.

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While Playing: 
  • Sit with your child while he/she is playing Brainmelter and take turns trying to figure out the riddles.
  • Why not set the timer? Turn up the challenge a notch andhave your child set a timer to see how quickly he/she can figure out the riddle.
Ontario Curriculum Connections: 

Riddles, riddles and more riddles! This game is based on the zany Brainmelter TVOKids character--an orange haired, mask-wearing, caped riddler who loves posing challenging riddles to kids.  This game meets many expectations in multiple grades, one of which is:

Language: Reading

read and demonstrate an understanding of a variety of literary, graphic and informational texts, using a range of strategies to construct meaning.

At-Home Activities: 
  • Construct a family riddle book! Gather riddles from family members, type and print the riddles, grab two pieces of construction paper (one piece for the front cover and one for the back) and staple your book together!
  • Play "The Riddler". Every family member comes up with five riddles. The one who stumps everyone the most becomes The Riddler. Make a fun hat or cape that The Riddler gets to wear.