If you feel so bored these days while you are quarantined, riddles are the best solution to chase your boredom. It is not only a fun game but also an activity with a lot of benefits.
Riddles help to improve thinking ability and creativity. Riddles always create an opportunity to think differently. When young minds start to think, they will automatically start reasoning which in turn improves their critical thinking ability.
Normally, the riddles are short and easy to read and understand. Because of that, it gives a likeliness to read more and more. This gradually improves the ability to concentrate on one activity for a longer time.
Anyway, laughter is the no.1 benefit among all the other benefits. The best example for it was the video that went viral on social media regarding a particular riddle.
An Irish girl asked a riddle from her father:
There are 30 cows in a field and 28 chickens.
How many didn’t?
This father didn’t get the riddle at all. “How many didn’t what?” he asked her. The girl was giggling.
The dad was thinking, but he couldn’t get it, and he said “it’s the stupidest thing I have ever heard in my whole life”.
Finally, the girl asked whether he wants the answer. The dad looked at her…
Want to know what happened?