Riddles about the snake in prose and verse
To solve riddles is fun, interesting and informative. Riddles about a snake, for example, can teach a lot to children. In addition to the skills to find distinctive and common features between objects, the child must understand that among the reptiles there are safe creatures and poisonous ones.
Simple prose snake puzzles
Usually such questions contain comparisons and oppositions. For example, there are such riddles about the snake: "Long and thin, but not rope, creeps along the ground, but not a worm, hiss, but not a hedgehog, small, and it can be deadly bitten!"
More adult children who already understand the difference between a harmless snake and a venomous snake can suggest riddles where these reptiles are compared among themselves. Such riddles about the snake will bring practical benefit to the baby. Having met in nature with a snake, he no longer runs in terror from him. But it becomes cautious if it does not find yellow spots on the head of a crawling creature.
Nelya confused horror and poisonous snake
In riddles of this type it is no longer necessary to compare the reptile with a string and a worm. The author of the encrypted question has another task. Therefore, we can offer something like this.
It looks like a terrible
Head without stain -
This mystery about the snake for children, apart from external differences, contains one more important information. From it you can find out that hedgehogs are enemies of reptiles. Consequently, seeing a prickly little prickly predator somewhere, the baby will not harm him.
About how dangerous snakes are, reminds the children of a riddle with a rhyming answer at the end.
Here is a little string crawling
It even opens the mouth
From it, the tongue is two-tailed!
"It does not matter that you are tall -
Run away! - I will say this. -
If you don’t, then ...! ”
Questions for the quiz
In cognition with riddles can not compete even fairy tales, because in the latter often there is inaccurate information. For example, Bazhov describes the ability of the Blue Snake to give people gold. And there are tales in which the snake is an enchanted princess.
In riddles, however, there must be exclusively truthful information. For example, the child will be interested to know that many reptiles lay eggs, from which then cubs appear. Only nests, these cold-blooded creatures suit either in the sand or on the ground.
"Who lays eggs, eats slugs and frogs, does not feed their cubs, and, defending, can bite the victim, which in some cases leads to the death of the bitten?"
Of course, such questions are more suitable for school quizzes. But the children from the older preschool group can easily cope with them.