Interesting puzzles for kids 2 3 years old - we develop logical thinking
I lie under your feet,
Stomp me with boots.
And take me to the courtyard tomorrow
And beat me, pound me,
So that children could lie on me
Flounder and tumble on me. (Carpet)
Everywhere, everywhere we are together
We walk through the meadows,
On the green shores
Down the stairs we run,
We walk along the street.
But a little evening on the threshold,
We stay without legs,
And legless - that's the trouble! -
Neither there nor here!
Well? We will get under the bed,
We will sleep there quietly,
And when the legs come back,
Let's go on the road again. (Children's Shoes)
Here are the needles and pins
Crawling out from under the bench.
They look at me
Milk they want. (Hedgehog)
Two legs on three legs,
And the fourth in the teeth.
Suddenly, four came running
And with one run away.
Two legs jumped,
Got three legs,
Shouted at the whole house
Yes, three by four!
But four squealed
And with one run away.
(Two legs - a boy, three legs - a stool, four legs - a dog, one leg - a chicken)
I am one-ear old woman,
I jump on the canvas
And the long thread from the ear,
As a cobweb, I pull. (Needle)
And something pounded in him.
And he crashed, and from there
Living miracle ran out -
Fluffy and golden. (Egg and chicken)
It grows upside down
Not growing in summer, but in winter
But the sun will burn it -
She will cry and die. (Icicle)
I have two horses,
On the water they carry me.
Like a stone! (Skates)
Suddenly from the black darkness
Bushes grew in the sky.
And on them something blue.
And all the streets below them
Also turned blue.
I am a giant! There that huge
I like a chocolate bar
Immediately lift in height.
And if I'm a mighty paw
An elephant or a camel
I will be glad of them both
Raise like little kittens. (Crane)
The sage saw the sage in him
Sheep saw a sheep in him
And a monkey is a monkey,
But they brought Fedya Baratov to him,
And Fedya slut saw shaggy. (Mirror)
I walk, wander not through the woods,
And by the mustache, by the hair,
And my teeth are longer,
Than wolves and bears. (Scallop)
And meat and bread - all my booty
I gladly give the white beasts! (Lips and Teeth)
Maryushka, Marusenka, Masha and Mania
Wanted sweet sugar gingerbread.
Grandma walked down the street,
For the girls on the money grandmother gave:
That's what a good grandmother was!
Maryushka, Marusenka, Masha and Mania
We ran to the shop and bought gingerbread.
And Kondrat thought, looking from the corner:
How many kopecks grandma gave?
(Grandma gave only one penny, as Maryushka, Marusenka, Masha and Manechka are one and the same girl.)
Oh, do not touch me:
Burn and without fire!
They rained raspberries,
Peck it wanted.
But they saw a freak -
And rather from the garden!
A freak is on a stick
With a beard of washcloth.
(Birds and garden scarecrow)
I bark with everyone
With every owl,
And every song is yours
I'm with you
When is the ship off
The bull on the river is roaring,
I had a cart
Yes, but there was no horse.
And suddenly she screamed,
cart without a horse!
Here is a wonderful locomotive!
Isn't he crazy?
Straight on the sea went!
And towards - twelve guys.
Each has three pans,
Each basket has a cat,
Each cat has twelve kittens.
There are four mice in the teeth.
And old Kondrat thought:
"How many mice and kittens
Do you guys carry to Leningrad? ”
(Silly, stupid Kondrat!
He alone and walked to Leningrad.
And the guys with the bastards,
With mice and cats
We went to meet him -
It lies, lies a penny at our well.
A good penny, but not given in the hands.
Bring fourteen horses,
Come call fifteen strong men!
Let them try to raise a penny,
So that Masha could play a pretty penny!
And the horses rode,
and the strong men came,
But little penny
not raised from the ground
Not raised, not raised
and could not move.
(Sunbeam on the ground)
A lot of this good
Near our yard,
And you will not take a hand
And you will not bring home.
Masha walked through the garden,
I looked at the boxfish -
There is nothing. (Fog)
Small houses run down the street,
Boys and girls houses are driven.
If the pines yes ate
To run and jump were able,
They would rush away from me without thinking
And I would never have met again,
Because - I tell you, not bragging, -
I am steel and angry, and very toothy. (Saw)
Take me, wash, bathe
And what am I - guess soon.
And know: it would be a big trouble
Whenever I am yes water, -
On a dirty, unwashed neck
You would live nasty snakes
And poisonous stings
They would stab you like daggers.
And in each unwashed ear
And if you poor cried, ^
They would have laughed and croaked.
Here, lovely children, what a trouble
It would be if I had not yes water.
Take me, wash, bathe,
And what am I - guess soon. (A piece of soap)
Dropped ribbon scarlet
In the meadows, beyond the edge of the village,
All day I was looking for her,
Yes, I did not find it.
How to tape suddenly
Found herself! (Dawn in the morning and evening)
I'm a little summer
On a thin leg,
Weave for me
Kuzovki and baskets.
He is pleased to bow.
Native land. (Strawberries)
From the mountain - rushing,
In the thick grass - hurries crawling,
Glowing from the sun
Sings in a clear voice. (Creek)
He drinks greedily -
And does not feel thirst.
And bathes only once
He dives boldly
But to the delight of the people.
(This is a mystery!)
What is this guy
In a golden shirt
In blue cups?
Invites to tea! (Samovar)
Luminous white cake,
Gobka silver horns. (Moon and month)
What a mink is rich in:
Cheese on the left and peel on the right
Right - rice grain,
And dried tangerine,
In a word - the whole shop.
Well, who's the mistress,
Try it out yourself guess. (Mouse)
To appease your terrible appetite,
So much the worse for him
Fifty sisters in it.
I will advise children:
Do not play with the house this!
Very quick-tempered people! (Matches)
I do not like this bottle
And the one who lives in it:
Burns hard. (Iodine)
We ran off the beds
One, two, three, four, five.
And fell, and disappeared -
With head in brine hit:
Were all - green,
They all became salty. (Cucumbers)
Climb into the garden
And come on bed
Stuffing cabbage mouth,
Snapping carrots by stealth:
And headlong flies home! (Hare)
Not a step without having done from home
Under the rumble of thunder
On a slippery path
In the splattered garden,
And after slowly
Come back. (Snail)
And not a shawl, but covers,
And how sparkles. (Snow)
(Probably not in the spirit!).
And rumors are running
Not only fly,
But even - do not melt! (First snow)
And he sleeps quietly at the bottom
There is a motor ship in the port
The campaign will not start. (Anchor)
Tell me who can
He suddenly thought of blowing? (Vane)
In the clouds to hide,
And rain drizzle
And to cover us. (Umbrella)
Worth hail neither on water nor on
land, in that city voivod him.
child. Fingers on hand I myself.)
Five brothers - for years
equal growth - different.
My father's son, and I am not a brother.
Not in the forest, not in the garden.
The roots are in sight.
There are no branches - only sheets.
What a strange bushes? (Book)
I carry a new house in my hand,
The doors of the house are locked.
There are paper residents,
Everything is terribly important. (Portfolio)
The fair maiden is sitting in the dungeon, and the braid is on the street.
Sits grandfather in a hundred fur coats,
Who undresses him
That sheds tears. (Bow)
Two ends, two rings, in the middle of carnations.
Little piggy golden
back, linen tail,
the world jumps, the whole world
(Needle and thread)
He does not bark, does not bite, but does not let him into the house.
Round, not a ball,
Yellow but not oil
Sweet, but not sugar.
With a tail, not a mouse (Turnip)
Yellow Antoshka spins on his leg.
Where the sun is standing, there he looks. (Sunflower)
Types of puzzles
Since ancient times, riddles as well as proverbs are not only a source of people's wisdom, but also of practical importance.
Our ancestors believed that in addition to people and animals, the world was inhabited by a multitude of spirits, and so that they did not understand the plan of man and could not prevent them, it was necessary to call some objects allegorically.
The ability to read this secret language, solve riddles, was highly appreciated. The boy could not be considered a man without this skill, he was not allowed to participate in the hunt.
All this perfectly develops the logic, thinking of the child, and also enriches the vocabulary.
There are a great number of riddles, they can be classified according to the method of description, according to the subject, according to the statement of the question or its absence, according to the style. But we will focus on just a few views.
Those puzzles that describe a particular object or phenomenon, using metaphors, allegories, and also a hint in the form of a logical rhyme, are called straightforward.
The form of such a riddle can be different: in the form of a question, spoken and rhymed.
The latter are easier perceived by children and easier to guess, the right answer will be clear thanks to the rhythm and consonance.
In a colloquial form, there is no such clue, but in the riddles for the smallest, onomatopoeia can be found - “meow-meow”, “quack-quack”, “qua-qua” - this introduces an element of theatricality and clarity of the image.
By the way, image refinement is typical of most mysteries. But there can be no other way when creativity is of folk origin - it is sifted through time, like a sieve, leaving only the most amazing and accurate.
Slowly walks off the river,
In a fur coat, it is warm as in a stove.
It will fit to the hut
And he calls me: - be-be! (lamb).
There are wheels and tires
In a toy ... (cars).
Kids know this fruit,
They love to eat his monkeys,
He comes from hot countries
In the tropics is growing - ... (banana).
Steel green meadows
The sun is already warm,
It has come ... (summer).
These riddles force the child to utter the wrong answer, but euphonic in rhyme.
If you say the right word without thinking - it turns out a funny poem, which is absurd in meaning, and the correct answer will be completely different, although all that is required for guessing is a little attention.
It creates funny situations that are very funny and delight the kids.
Such puzzles develop a good sense of humor and imagination, teach non-standard thinking, resourcefulness. These qualities are sure to come in handy in the future adult world.
And capricious, and stubborn,
She doesn't want to go to kindergarten ... (not mother, but daughter).
Who gnaws a cone on a branch?
Well, of course it is ... (not a bear, but a squirrel).
Sits a raven on a bitch,
And screaming - ... (not ka-ka-re-ku, and kar-kar-kar).