[PDF] Write Your Own Riddle: Getting Started Write Your Own Riddle: Getting Started 1. Choose an answer. Remember to choose a concrete, general answer. 2. Brainstorm about your answer. Write down everything that comes to mind about the answer that you’ve chosen. Try to fill the entire space below with words and phrases that you associate with the answer to your riddle. 3. Use a thesaurus. Riddle templates - writing task by jakepearson | Teaching Mar 21, 2013Here are some differentiated templates for children to create riddles with. I have used them during our non-chronological report topic so the children can make up a riddle for their animals for other people to guess.