It was riddle contest day at “Can Do” Street school. The “Can Do” Kids were bursting with riddles to share with each other.
Miss Pat called the class to order and announced that the riddle contest would we held right after lunch. The”Can Dos” could hardly wait!
Wendy was the first to say a riddle: I keep things safe. I have a hole in my middle. A key will open me. What am I?
Then Bobby went: I know the numbers 1 through 12. I have two hands. My hands move all day long. What am I?
It was Orrie’s turn next: My name is the same as what I do. People try to swat me. What am I?
Annie shared a riddle that went like this: I lay around all the time. People step on me, but it doesn’t hurt. Dogs like to sleep on me. What am I?
Hector had a good one too: I’m round. I’m made of metal. I have a picture of George Washington on me. Kids save me in a piggy bank. What am I?
Nellie shared her riddle: I am made out of wood or plastic. I am straight. Kids use me to measure things. What am I?