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Brain Teasers For High School
Brain teasers for high school are an excellent teaching resource for those in education. Teenagers in high school tend to lose focus easily with the variety of circumstances that occur each day.

A good way to grab the attention of a class is to use tricky riddles related to the subject you are teaching or to use brain teasers that correlate with their lives.

Many studies have linked the regular solving of puzzles with increased brain function and mental capacity. In turn, we start to use parts of the brain we don't usually use. With practice, it appears that these cells in our brain strengthen as our muscles do when we work out.

Eager to challenge a group high school aged kids? These riddles are here for the taking! Feel free to share and to add your own as well.

What Occurs Once In Every Minute Riddle

Hint:
The Letter "M"
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Rhyme With Other English Words

Hint:
Orange!
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12 Km To 50 Km

Hint:
The Stratosphere
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Getting Ready For Prom

Hint:
He lives in Alaska and sunrise's are every six months.
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Ask Me To Prom

Hint:
He was too young. Boy, NOT teenage boy....
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Finding The Angles

Hint:
47

Explanation:
At first look, it seems pretty easy but on the contrary, it is pretty tricky a question. So let us simplify it by dividing the triangle into three equal triangles (the triangles so formed if outer side is connected to the center of the circle) and then count the number of triangles in each part by taking two or more parts together.

First, let us take the triangles in one part. There are 4 non-overlapping and 3 overlapping triangles.
4 + 3 = 7
7 * 3 = 21

Next, if we take number of triangles by taking two parts together, there are 8 in total.
8 * 3 = 24

Lastly, the number of triangles if all three parts are taken together, there are a total of 2.

21 + 24 + 2 = 47.
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Before Sock, Mill And Screen Riddle

Hint:
It's wind
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Mouthy Joe Riddle

Hint:
I will be suspended.
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Rhyming With Sand Riddle

Hint:
A hand
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Little Airy Creatures

Hint:
Vowels
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