In a certain classroom, 75% of the students can speak English, 55% of the students can speak French, and 10% speak neither language.

What percentage of the students speak both languages?

Continue reading “Speak Both Languages”Very easy brain teasers and puzzles, may be suitable for kids

In a certain classroom, 75% of the students can speak English, 55% of the students can speak French, and 10% speak neither language.

What percentage of the students speak both languages?

Continue reading “Speak Both Languages”A rebus is a 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:

HANDED

Red handed

(“Handed” is written in *red* text)

If you have me, you want to share me. If you share me, you haven’t got me. What am I?

A secret

Many people who have a secret want to share it. But if you share a secret, it is no longer secret, so you haven’t got it anymore.

What common word or phrase is this rebus referring to?

|| READ ||

Read between the lines

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?

Continue reading “Rock Paper Scissors Puzzle”What can go through towns and cities, over hills and mountains, but never moves?

Continue reading “But Never Moves”What two numbers contain no zeroes and can be multiplied together to produce 100000?

Continue reading “Zero-less Factors”What common word or phrase is this rebus referring to?

NAFISH

NAFISH

Tuna fish (“Two nafish”)

What is the length of the longest stick?

Continue reading “Measuring Sticks Puzzle”Can you arrange eight eights so that the numbers add up to 1000?

Continue reading “Eight Eights”