We know that riddles can help children with brain development but also, they are a fun way for parents and children to spend time bonding through laughter, questions and words…
The process of solving a riddle over dinner will give you and your children a number of qualities:
Opportunity to teach and to learn;
Advancing comprehension and critical thinking; and
Develop and understanding of intellectual humour.
So, to help you and your family have this time together we are going to share one riddle a week until we run out of riddles we know…
There are a mix of red, green and blue balls in a bag. The total number of balls is 60. There are four times as many red balls as green balls and 6 more blue balls than green balls. How many balls of each colour are there?