Math Riddles for Class 2

Friday August 7, 2020

Math riddles are a way to enhance a child’s brain. It evokes interest and amusement in them. A lot of concepts relating to calendar riddles, number riddles, pattern riddles, etc can be included under this.

All these gave a chance for them to think out of the box and come up with interesting answers.

In this blog, I’ve included some hand-picked math riddles for class 2 students.

1. I have hands and face. But I can’t hold anything or smile. Who am I?

Ans- A clock

2. Where do fishes keep their money?

Ans- In a river bank

3. There are 5 mangoes in a basket and you took three from it. If so, how many mangoes do you have?

Ans- Three

4. Draw a line in your notebook. How can you make it shorter without touching it?

Ans- Draw a bigger line next to it.

5. The numbers 11, 96 and 88 have something in common. What is it?

Ans- They look the same upside down and right side up.

6. What weighs more- a kilo of blueberries or a kilo of feathers?

Ans- Both weighs the same

7. What is the difference between a dollar and thirty five-cents?

Ans- Nothing

8. A boy goes to shop and bought 12 oranges. While returning home, all but 9 get mushed and ruined. So, how many oranges are left in good to use?

Ans- Nine oranges

9. What comes twice in a week, once in a year but never in a day?

Ans- Letter E