175 Fun and Challenging Spring Riddles [Free Riddle Cards]

Last Updated on February 12, 2024 by Michele Tripple

This post contains affiliate links. If you click and buy we may make a commission, at no additional charge to you. Please see our disclosure for more details.

Spring has sprung, and the flowers are blooming, so it’s time to put your thinking caps on to try and solve these fun Spring riddles. Get ready to laugh and be stumped all at the same time with these riddles. Let’s hop to the fun and see how many you can solve.

spring flowers on half the image with a pink background on the left with a white oval with teal border with a image of yellower flower and flying bees and yellow writing "the best spring riddles"

Spring is the perfect time to share riddles with your friends and family. They are the perfect icebreaker and way to share in the laughs. Not only that, but these Spring riddles are the perfect stress relief. So grab your lemonade, sit out in the sun, and see how many of these riddles you get right on the first try.

For even more riddle fun, be sure to try our Who Am I Riddles? and our Hard Riddles For Teens.

white writing "175 best spriing riddles" with 3 yellow squares with a best spring riddles and answer in each square.

Spring riddles

A spring riddle with a yellow smiling sun with a green border
  •  I fall, but I don’t get hurt. I pour, but I’m not a jug. I help plants grow, but I’m not the sun. What am I? Rain.
  • A cub, a bunny, and a gosling are taking a walk. One of them sneezes. It’s not the animal that hops, and it’s not the animal that flies. Which animal sneezed? The cub.
  •  I am a bow that can’t be tied. A rainbow.
  • What is small, round, and colorful and gets hidden over and over again? An Easter egg.
  • There are five holes in the ground and four seeds. A little boy plants one seed in the second hole. Then, a seed exactly to the right of that seed. Next, he plants a seed in the 5th hole, and finally, he plants a seed four holes to the left of that. Which hole did not get a seed? The fourth hole.
  • Racoons are racing around the tree. Can you spell that without any “r’s”? T-H-A-T
  •  A mama robin has two daughters. Each of her daughters has a brother. How many children does mama robin have? She has 3, and both of the daughters have the same 1 brother.
  •  What has to be broken before you can use it? An egg.
  • A teacher and a student were counting puddles. The student was the teacher’s daughter, but the teacher was not the girl’s mother. Who was the teacher? Her father.
  • What can run but can’t walk? Water.
  • I am a bow that cannot be tied, and leprechauns store gold at the end of one of my sides. What am I? A rainbow.
  • I am a place where kids splish, splash, and play, and I make rain boots a very important part of the day. What am I? A puddle.
  • What is the first thing a gardener plants in the garden? Their feet!
  • What can you clap, but has no hands? Thunder!
  • What kind of flowers can you find on your face? Tu-lips!
  • What runs around a garden, but never grows? A fence!
  • I bring both darkness and light, and I can be both wet and dry. Many times on spring nights, I take over the sky. I am known for producing both ice and rain, and you can see which way I am moving by using a wind vane. What am I? A spring thunderstorm.
  • I cannot be seen, but my presence is clear. Dogs and small children consider me something to fear. I serve as a warning for a danger nearby, and I think that Thor is a pretty cool guy. What am I? Thunders.
  • Opening me inside can bring a bit of bad luck, but when I don’t work outdoors it can really suck. I tend to bloom on a rainy day, but stay shriveled when it’s sunny in May. What am I? An umbrella.
  • This is no April Fools’ joke. I can bring quite a soak. I don’t like to associate with electric guys; I just make water fill the skies. While I don’t have a lot of power, I am great at bringing about a Mayflower. What am I? An April shower.
A spring riddle with two yellow flowers on a stem with a green border.
  • I like to touch the ground, but you frequently find me in the sky. However, if I were to touch me, you could potentially die. What am I? Lightning.
  • My rate of speed is pretty high, and my journey begins up in the sky. I never go up, I always fall down. If too many of my friends fall in the same spot, you could possibly drown. What am I? A raindrop.
  • My life span is short, but my impact is long. I hum a very distinctive song. My favorite colors are yellow and black, and my bottom is shaped like a sharp little thumbtack. What am I? A bumblebee.
  • I am pink and red and sometimes yellow. I symbolize someone’s love for another fellow. A vase is something that I might adorn, but for those who hold me, make a point to watch for my thorn. What am I? A rose.
  • I kneel a lot, but not to pray. I love to be outside on a sunny spring day. You can usually find me in a pair of gloves with a spade in my hand, boy do I love tending the land. Who am I? A gardener.
  • I have bark, but absolutely no bite and my fall colors can be quite the sight. However, in the spring, I like to grow things and I serve as a home for animals with wings. What am I? A tree.
  • Sometimes I am practical, and sometimes I am pretty. You can find me in front of buildings in virtually any city. It takes a green thumb to make me look great, and many of my contents serve as gifts on an anniversary date. What am I? A garden.
  • I have wings and a tail and I love to spend time in the sky, but without proper wind, I cannot seem to fly. Sometimes my flight has a purpose and other times it’s just for fun. You just need to make sure that you only enjoy me in the sun. What am I? A kite.
  • How come April is generally the tidiest month?  May showers.
  • What type of bow is hard to tie?  The Rainbow
  • What cannot walk but can run really fast? Water.
  • What, if not a pitcher, can fall and pour without injuring anyone? Rain.
  • How can ten children fit under one umbrella so that none of them get wet? Because of the absence of rain, they don’t get drenched
  • In the case of rain, what begins to rise? A shelter.
  • What has the potential to rapidly alter the weather? A cyclone.
  • How do we wrap up Spring? Using a G.
  • What gift is offered to May by April?
  • Flowers.
  • How did the daffodil win the car race?  With the help of the metal petals, it won.
  • What are 10 feet tall, yellow, and therefore not a giraffe? A sunflower.
  • Which flower makes the best hugs and kisses? Two-lip.
A spring riddle with two peach flowers with green stems and red centers with a green border.
  • What do trampolines as well as flowers have in common? They embrace Spring (s).
  • What needs to be destroyed before it can be used? An egg.
  • Why do birds make such poor gifts? They cost little.
  • Why was the bird detained by the police? He was a robin.
  • In the Spring, why do birds migrate north? Because strolling would take too much time, that is why.
  • On a treasure map, how can a bird locate its nest? Eggs denote the location.
  • How do birds exchange emails? A. Twitter is being used.
  • What do you name the Easter bunny after Easter day? Tired
  • What was said between both the lambs? I love ewe.
  • What does a baby sheep who likes karate is known for? A chunk of lamb.
  • What happens from the mating of a bee as well as a rabbit? Honey bunny
  • Where do sheep go to get their haircut in the Spring? The baa-baa store.
  • What do you call a bunny who likes solving puzzles? A funny bunny.
  • I stumble, although I am uninjured. Although I pour, I am not even a jug. While I assist in growing plants, I not being the sun. So who am I? Rain.
  • A gosling, a rabbit, as well as a cub are strolling around each other. They each cough once. The animal that jumps, as well as the creature that glides, is not it. What animal sneezed? It is a cub.
  • I am a bow that is difficult to tie. Who am I? The Rainbow
  • What continuously remains hidden while still being little, spherical, and colorful? An Easter egg.
  • One seed is deposited into the second hole by a small child. Then, a seed exactly to that seed’s right. He subsequently plants a seed in the fifth hole, and as well as four holes to the left of that, he plants another seed. Which hole was still not planted? Hole number four.
  • Raccoons are circling the tree in a race. Do you understand how to pronounce that without any “r’s”? T-H-A-T
A spring riddle with two blue rainboots with light blue plus signs on them with a green border.
  • Two of a mother robin’s daughters. She has a brother for each of her daughters. What amount of kids does Mama Robin have? She has three children, and every one of her daughters shares a brother.
  • What must be eliminated before this can be used? An egg.
  • Puddles were measured by a teacher and a student. Even though the teacher’s daughter, the student’s mother, was not the teacher. Who was the teacher? Her dad.
  • What would walk but can run? Water
  • What do you name a flea-infested rabbit? Bugs Bunny
  • What did the dirt tell the rain? If this persists, I will be known as Mud.
  • I am difficult to tie bows. What am I? The Rainbow
  • What is a cyborg bee termed? A pollinator
  • Although I leave this world once a year, the time has strengthened me. Who am I? A tree.
  • What prompted the bird to go to the hospital? It required tweeting!
  • What grows in the spring and therefore is Irish? Furniture by Paddy O
  • Which month gets you to enjoy walking the most? March
  • I am a flower, yet you can discover me in your eye. What exactly am I? A. It is an iris.
  • What is the preferred plant of a baby chick? EGG-plants.
  • What is the best time of the year to goof off with your peers? Of course, it’s April Fool’s Day.
  • What did the big flower have to say to the little flower? Bud, you are truly growing!
  • What does a bee use to brush its hair? With its honeycomb.
  • Why are waterbeds so sturdy? They are overflowing with spring water.
  • Why is April the cleanest month of the year? April Showers.
  • There are five holes as well as four seeds in the ground. One seed is sown in the second hole by a young boy. Then a seed to the exact right of that seed. He then plants a seed in the fifth hole, accompanied by a seed with four holes to the left of that. Which of the following holes did not receive a seed? A. The fourth hole.
  • How do you know bees are satisfied? Because they hum while functioning, that is why.
A spring riddle with a black and red ladybug with a green border.
  • A teacher, as well as a student, were measuring puddles. The student was the teacher’s daughter, but the girl’s mother was not the teacher. Who was the instructor? Her father.
  • There were two kids, a son and a daughter. The son was born on March 12, as well as the daughter on January 20. They both were born in the morning. Which did their parents become aware of first? The sun as it was very early in the morning.
  • What do you call a rain-soaked grizzly bear? A drizzly bear.
  • Why did the farmer bury his entire net worth? To help enhance his soil.
  • What is the difference between spring and summer rolls? Seasoning.
  • Why does the letter A represent a flower? A bee (B) pursues it!
  • When the bunny was told it would need to hop much farther east, where did it go? Easter
  • What do you name a lion who is well-dressed? A charming lion.
  • How come the flower could not keep riding its bike? It had slipped its petals.
  • Have you heard the story about the pregnant bedbug? She will have her kids in the Spring.
  • Do you know everything there is to know about April 1? Yes, I am well fully cognizant of it!
  • Why is Spring an excellent time to start a gardening business? Because this is when you can truly “rake in the dough!”
  • What do bears require in the Spring? The absolute necessities.
  • What did the mother worm say to the late little worm? What have you beeeee-n doing?
  • A baker has what type of garden? It is a flour garden.
  • What is Spring’s favorite snack? An onion in bloom.
  • Why are basketball players unable to consider taking a Spring Break vacation? They’d be called up for travel.
  • If during April showers, May flowers can be brought, what is the purpose of May flowers? Pilgrims
  • A mama robin has got two daughters. Each of the daughters has a brother. Exactly how many children does mama robin possess? She has got three children. Both of the daughters have the same brother.
  • I fall, but I am not injured. I pour, but I am not a pitcher. Moreover, I grow plants, but I am not the sun. What am I? Rain
A spring riddle with pink and purple flowers growing out of the ground with a green border.
  • What actually occurs when you throw a bunch of Easter eggs down a steep hill? pring rolls.
  • What is Spring’s top choice regarding pickles? Daffo-dills.
  • What precisely is a five-month-old spring chick? Six months old
  • Why do people who go camping on April 1 often seem exhausted? Since they simply completed a March.
  • What is the reason that the worm crosses the scale? To be into an inchworm.
  • When is the perfect time to play using a pogo stick? Springtime.
  • In a Chinese restaurant, what would the Easter Bunny purchase? A Hop Suey.
  • Where do ants go for Spring Break? France (Frants)
  • When do you think is the ideal time to wash your Slinky? During spring cleaning.
  • What is tiny, round, as well as colorful and gets pushed back again and again? An Easter Egg.
  • What monster tends to be in most April Fool’s jokes? Prankenstein
  • How can one assume spring flowers are amiable? They usually possess new buds.
  • Why is Yoda from Star wars quite a decent gardener? He has got a green thumb.
  • Who is an herb’s top most preferred singer? Elvis Parsley.
  • Which superhero likes Spring the best? Robin.
  • I stay awake longer in the summer and go to bed earlier in the winter. Who am I? A. The sun.
  • Flowers are in bloom, and I bring rain showers. I live in your bed and on trampolines as well. What am I, then? Spring.
  • Where do sharks spend their Spring Break? Finland
  • Where can you see a lot of pretty flowers in the springtime? At the flower shop.
A spring riddle with a bouquet of multicolor flowers with a green border.
  • What made one bee tease the other? Since he was behaving like a baybee, that is why!
  • What month is the shortest in the whole year? May because it only has three letters.
  • What can be seen in the middle of April and March which cannot be seen at the start or end of any of the said months? The letter “r.”
  • How can you tell if the weather is heating up? Because there is a spring in people’s steps, that is why.
  • Name a spring month that rhymes with the day. May
  • What kind of bird should you never take to the bank? A robin.
  • Which spring blossom rhymes with hairy? Cherry
  • In what situation does daffodil top the car race? Petal to the metal.
  • What is the time when it is quite tough to plant flowers? When you haven’t studied botany, then.
  • What is the thing that is yellow, 10 feet tall, yet not a giraffe? A sunflower.
  • Which flowers like to kiss? Tulips
  • What do you call a girl who has a frog on her head? Lily.
  • If you recognize my name, please notify me since I am a spring flower that rhymes with the hill. Who am I? Daffodil
  • What do the trees say when they start to re-grow their leaves throughout the Spring? What a re-leaf!
  • More and more clothing I put on as the temperature goes up, as well as the cooler it becomes, the gayer I look in the Spring, covered in a green variety. So who am I? A tree.
  • How did the seed address the flower? OK, Bloomer!
  • What do sheep do to commemorate Memorial Day? With a baa-baa cue.
  • What drove the bee crazy? It would be mad, too, if someone snatches away their honey and nectar.
  • What benefit does the Easter Bunny gain by weaving a basket? Everyone else has two points.
  • What did the bread do during Spring Break?  It walked around cluelessly.
A spring riddle with a yellow outline of a bee and a brown stinger and a brown dotted line that shows the bee's flight path with a green border
  • What compelled the farmer to plant a seed in his pond?He was trying to cultivate a watermelon.
  • What is the best Mother’s Day flower a boy can give to his mother? A son-flower.
  • A cub, a bunny, and a gosling are going for a nice walk. One of them sneezes. It is not the animal that hops or the animal that flies. What kind of animal sneezed? The cub. 
  • What spring day has the most children?  Mother’s Day!
  • Why is April the cleanest month of the year?  Because April showers, that is why.
  • Which month love to walk? March
  • Why is the bunny over the moon? Since some other bunny loves him, that is why.
  • I don’t possess wings, but I can fly.  I have a tail.  I am way more colorful, yet I am not a bird.  What am I? A kite
  • I stay up late longer in the summer and then go to bed earlier in the winter. What exactly am I? The sun
  • What did the bird utter when he witnessed the bees dancing? I don’t believe it
  • Throughout the day, cows take a stroll on me. All across the night, cows stay in bed with me. And cows eat me, although it is OK. What exactly am I? Grass.
  • After 12 years, it is my flip to wish you great luck. I can navigate my way out of a maze, although I am simple to please; Just provide me with some cheese! What exactly am I? A mouse
  • You have to split me before you are able to use me. If I am having a good laugh, you put me out. What am I? An egg
  • What do bears require in the Spring?  Just the bare stuff.
  • Which month always provides answers to requests?  May
  • What kind of rain do you want to fall on your birthday?  Sprinkles
  • I can fly forward as well as backward. I can zip here and there. My wings can be heard, but you can’t see them. Who am I?  A hummingbird.
  • How does a flower bomb sound? Kabloom.
  • What does April bring to May? Flowers
  • When is the ideal time to use a pogo stick while playing?  Springtime!
  • Do springtime bees know how to tie their shoes? Maybee, maybee knot.
A spring riddle with a green, yellow, and black butterfly with a green border.
  • What do you call a cow that runs on gasoline in the garden? A lawn Moower.
  • Which flowers enjoy kissing? Tulips.
  • I am a flower, but you can find me in your eye. What am I? Iris.
  • What is the name of a pig that lives underground?  A groundhog.
  • When the bunny was told it needed to hop further east, where did it go?
  • Easter
  • How did the daffodil win the car race?  By putting the petal to the metal.
  • What day is it acceptable to fill a sink with mayonnaise?  Cinco de Mayo!
  • When you jump on a trampoline, what season are you in?  Spring time
  • What falls but never gets hurt? The rain!
  • What urged the farmer to plant a seed in his pond?  He intended to cultivate a watermelon.
  • What kind of garden does a baker have?  A ‘flour’ garden.
  • What did summer have to say to Spring? “Help, I am going to Fall!”
  • Why does the letter A depict a flower? A bee (B) follows it!
  • What flowers grow on people’s faces? Tulips (Two-lips)!
  • What is Irish and appears in the Spring? Paddy O Furniture

Do you have some other favorite spring riddles? Share them in the comments so that we can try and solve them!

white text saying the best spring riddles in pink background with an image of spring flowers and a butterfly

Printable Riddle Cards

Print your spring riddles and have fun giggling with the entire family!

Grab Your
spring riddle Cards
Sign up, stay up to date, and grab your free Printable!
Great! Check your email to confirm your subscription and grab your joke cards!

You can Never Have Too Many Riddles! Complete List of Mind-Blowing Riddles!

 
Grab Your
Riddle cards
Sign up for our email list and get these Riddle Cards delivered to your inbox!
Great! Check your email to confirm your subscription!

How Do I Access My Free Printables?

Fill in the form above. You will receive an email in your inbox. If you don’t see it, check your spam folder! You will then click to confirm your subscription. Once confirmed, you will be emailed your joke cards.

How Do I Print A PDF?

You’ll need a program that supports PDFs. Adobe Acrobat is a great option. Open the program, click file then print. Select your printer and the number of copies you want to print. Be sure you click double-sided if you want it to print on both sides. 

Can I Resell These?

You may not resell any printable that you find on our website or in our resource library. You may use them for class parties, at church, at home, or in the classroom. You may get these printed at an office supply store or copy center at your own expense.

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.