Hinky Pinkie Riddles

by


Hinky Pinkies are two rhyming words, each with two syllables, that answer the riddle. Hover over the image when you are ready for the answer! For older children, you may not want to show them the picture clues, just read the question and have them guess the answer. You might also like Hink Pink Riddles
An illustration for the story Hinky Pinkie Riddles by the author Anonymous
Hinky Pinkie: How do you say goodbye to this reptile?
An illustration for the story Hinky Pinkie Riddles by the author Anonymous
Hinky Pinkie: How do you say goodbye to this reptile?
An illustration for the story Hinky Pinkie Riddles by the author Anonymous

All answers are two rhyming words, each has two syllables. Hover over the picture to check your answer!

What do you call a scared woman? Hinky Pinkie: Fraidy-Lady

What do you call a boxing arachnid? Hinky Pinkie: Fighter-Spider

How do you describe your belly after you ate something delicious? Hinky Pinkies: Yummy-Tummy

What is your dog after he gets out of a lake? Hinky Pinkie: Soggy- Doggy

How do you describe something handwritten in a hurry? Hinky Pinkie: Sloppy Copy

What do you call a water bird that crosses the road without getting hit? Hinky Pinkies: Lucky-Duckie

What do you call a play starring a mammal from South America? Hinky Pinkie: Llama-Drama

How do you describe your grandfather when he feels joyful? Hinky Pinkie: Happy-Pappy

How do you say goodbye to a reptile? Hinky Pinkies: Later-Gator


You might also enjoy coming up with one syllable rhyming word answers to Hink Pink Riddles. Enjoy more fun with words at Pre-K Wordplay!

Do you have a hink pink you'd like us to add? Ask an adult to email your suggestion to amlit.editor@gmail.com


5.4

facebook share button twitter share button google plus share button tumblr share button reddit share button email share button share on pinterest pinterest


Create a library and add your favorite stories. Get started by clicking the "Add" button.
Add Hinky Pinkie Riddles to your own personal library.

Return to the Anonymous Home Page, or . . . Read the next nursery rhyme; Hush, Little Baby

Or read more short stories for kids in our Children's Library

Anton Chekhov
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Susan Glaspell
Mark Twain
Edgar Allan Poe
Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Herman Melville
Stephen Leacock
Kate Chopin
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson