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## 8 Easy Rebus Puzzles for Kids

A rebus is puzzle in which words, objects, or symbols are arranged in a way to indirectly represent a commonly known word or phrase. Solving rebus puzzles can be a fun and easy way for kids to think both creatively and analytically.

Here are 8 easy rebus puzzles for kids to get started:

## Rebus 1

HANDED

#### Click for Solution to Rebus 1

Red handed
(“Handed” is written in red text)

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## Rebus Puzzle 18

What common word or phrase is this rebus referring to?

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## Rock Paper Scissors Puzzle

A rock paper scissors puzzle:

• Anya played 10 games of rock paper scissors against Blake
• Each time there was a winner (no ties)
• Anya used rock 2 times, paper 2 times, and scissors 6 times, but you don’t know the order
• Blake used rock 2 times, paper 4 times, and scissors 4 times, but you don’t know the order

How many games did each player win?

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## But Never Moves

What can go through towns and cities, over hills and mountains, but never moves?

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## Zero-less Factors

What two numbers contain no zeroes and can be multiplied together to produce 100000?

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## Rebus Puzzle 17

What common word or phrase is this rebus referring to?

NAFISH
NAFISH

#### Solution

Tuna fish (“Two nafish”)

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## Measuring Sticks Puzzle

What is the length of the longest stick?

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## Eight Eights

Can you arrange eight eights so that the numbers add up to 1000?

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## Rebus Puzzle 15

What common word or phrase is this rebus referring to?

Cutting corners

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## Rebus Puzzle 9

What common word or phrase is this rebus referring to?

MEREPEAT

Repeat after me

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## Rebus Puzzle 5

What common word or phrase is this rebus referring to?

MOONCEON

#### Solution

Once in a blue moon

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## Logical List Puzzle

Which logical statement(s) below must be correct?

1. Exactly one statement on this list is incorrect
2. Exactly two statements on this list are incorrect
3. Exactly three statements on this list are incorrect
4. Exactly four statements on this list are incorrect
5. Exactly five statements on this list are incorrect
6. Exactly six statements on this list are incorrect
7. Exactly seven statements on this list are incorrect
8. Exactly eight statements on this list are incorrect
9. Exactly nine statements on this list are incorrect
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## Rebus Puzzle 2

What common word or phrase is this rebus referring to?

T O U K E E P C H

Keep in touch

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## Math Rebus

What math-related word/phrase does this rebus represent?

#### Solution

Right-angled triangle

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## Sword is Mightier than the Bow

Shot two arrows at its center and missed both times,
swung a sword once at its center and hit twice.
What is it?

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## Swap Digits

Swap two of the digits in this equation to make it a valid equation:

7 x 7 + 9 x 9 = 138

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## Seven Times the Sum of Its Digits

Which two-digit numbers are exactly equal to seven times the sum of its digits?

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## Mate in 12

White to play and mate in 12. Sometimes thinking 12 moves ahead in chess is not as hard as it seems!

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## Slowing and Shrinking

Remove one letter from the word “SLOWING” to make another valid English word. Repeat this step until you are left with just one letter, ensuring every step results in an English word. What words did you make in the process?

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## Street Number Puzzle

You were walking around on a major street with 5-digit street numbers (for example, 11213) and noticed one of the street numbers was special – any two consecutive digits formed a 2-digit perfect square (in the order the digits appeared in the original number).

What number was it?