Looking for a fun way to pass the time? Check out our collection of riddles about the seasons. From winter to summer, spring to fall, there's something for everyone.
This large green melon has red pulp inside and watery juice. Best enjoyed cold on a hot summer day.See answer
Autumn leaves and bad bowlers wreak havoc on this.See answer
What do you call a snowman in the summer?See answer
As beautiful as the setting sun,
As delicate as the morning dew;
An angel's dusting from the stars,
That can turn the Earth into a frosted moon.
What am I?
A wave of white powdery destruction that is a skier's worst nightmare.See answer
When I'm born I fly. When I'm alive I lay. When I'm dead I run.See answer
It is a place of play on a sunny day. Winter will come and take all the fun, but we'll be back in May. What is it?See answer
What dresses for summer and sheds in the winter?See answer
What do you get if you cross a snowman with a witch?See answer
Where does a snowman keep his money?See answer
I fall from the sky but am not rain. I like the cold and not the sun. People like to eat me. What am I?See answer
A man without bones whose flesh is cold. A man unthinking who is always shrinking. Who is he?See answer
They made me a mouth, but didn't give me breath.
Water gives me life, but the sun brings me death.
I come in winter. I cannot see, hear, or feel. I can't eat, but you can eat parts of me.See answer
I keep things green and keep kids happy during summer time. What am I?See answer
I am a man without bones, without blood, without life. My flesh is white, cold and shrinking. What am I?See answer
What flies when it's born lies when it's alive and runs when it's dead?See answer
What wears a coat in the winter and pants in the summer?See answer
What grows in winter, dies in summer, and grows roots upward?See answer
I saw a man in white, he looked quite a sight.
He was not old, but he stood in the cold.
And when he felt the sun, he started to run.
Who could he be? Please answer me.
Slowly creeping, I am weeping, changing shades, and growing.See answer
What does a snowman like to eat for breakfast?See answer
They say each one is totally unique.See answer
High born, my touch is gentle. Purest white is my lace. Silence is my kingdom. Green is the color of my death.See answer
My first is a title of honor; My second is myself; My first is your and I; My whole is a beautiful fixed star, seen in the winter.See answer
Material for making balls and men that only shows up at certain times of the year.See answer
I spin and hum,
I'm your summer tool.
Just flip the switch,
and I serve to cool.
What am I?
A stylish winter top that covers your larynx.See answer
What do you call a snowman in July?See answer
A seasonal fashion statement named for the weather it's worn in.See answer
Download a printable version of these riddles.Riddles About Seasons.pdf