Daily Digital Riddles for Kindergarten & First Grade

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Digital riddles to help students develop inferring skills and identify text evidence. Students have fun guessing the riddles and responding to a follow-up question each day.

Daily Digital Riddles for Kindergarten & First Grade

July 22 Wills 2 min read

Digital riddles to help students develop inferring skills and identify text evidence. Students have fun guessing the riddles and responding to a follow-up question each day.

Riddle of the Day

The riddle of the day was a favorite of my students when I was in the classroom. It was a time they looked forward to and truly loved. I loved it because we could practice and further develop their inferring skills. They learned how to find clues and evidence in the text and became pretty great at solving the riddles! A while back, I created the Riddle of the Day resource for teachers to start using in their own classrooms. You can read about the non-digital format in this blog post:

Digital Riddles

With the greater use of technology and the need for virtual learning, the riddle of the day resource went digital. 

Digital riddles to help students develop inferring skills and identify text evidence. Students have fun guessing the riddles and responding to a follow-up question each day.

With one click, you can add these daily riddles to your Seesaw library and then assign them to your class. Students can listen to the recorded riddle and highlight important clues. After finding text evidence, they draw, write, or record their answer verbally. Because of those options, this daily activity can be easily differentiated for the level of your students. 

Digital riddles to help students develop inferring skills and identify text evidence. Students have fun guessing the riddles and responding to a follow-up question each day.

After making a guess, they are given the answer and an additional extension question to respond to. If you are completing these riddles inside the classroom, this is a wonderful time to have a discussion with your students. If you are distance teaching, you could also ask this question and have a discussion using a video conferencing platform. 

Digital riddles to help students develop inferring skills and identify text evidence. Students have fun guessing the riddles and responding to a follow-up question each day.

There are 20 riddles each month (one for each weekday), and each month includes 4 different themes to support your content learning. 

Digital riddles to help students develop inferring skills and identify text evidence. Students have fun guessing the riddles and responding to a follow-up question each day.

If you don’t use Seesaw, you can still use the printable version that comes included, or use the image files that are also included to embed in your interactive whiteboard. 

Digital riddles to help students develop inferring skills and identify text evidence. Students have fun guessing the riddles and responding to a follow-up question each day.

A whole year of daily riddles is available in this bundle:

If you would like some more Seesaw preloaded activities, click here:

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Digital riddles to help students develop inferring skills and identify text evidence. Students have fun guessing the riddles and responding to a follow-up question each day.

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