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Labyrinth Amazers Mazes Mazes The Maze Craze

LOGIC PUZZLES 9 10 11 12 12 13 13 14 15

Baker Street Puzzle Strip Inspector Danger Crime Quiz Crack The Mystery Code Kids’ Brainticklers Puzzles and Illusions Kidspot String & Knot Problems Puzzle Spot Mind Games

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Cartoon Chef 16 Cartoon Chef 17 5 Minute Doodles 18 Mirror Mirror 19 20 Kids’ Brainticklers 20 Dot to Dot Find The Differences 21 22 Two of Them 23 Find the 8 Differences 24 10 Differences 25 Duo 25 Missing Piece 26 Couples 26 Sarcone’s Visual Illusions 27 Inner Shape 28 Puzzle 29 Join The Dots 29 Picture Clues

NUMBER PUZZLES 30 31

Number Fun Sudoku

PANELS 32 33 33

Did You Know? Express Mail to Nowhere What am I?

WORD PUZZLES 34 35 35

Word Builder Kids’ Braintickers - Rebus Animal Crackers

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Kid City Merlin’s World of Marvels Uncle Art’s Funland Magic in a Minute

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Can you solve the mystery code in this cartoon?

Can you crack the mystery code on the spider’s web?

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Logic Puzzles

Crack The Mystery Code


Puzzles and Illusions

1. Watering can problem Marc’s sister is a garden hobbyist. One day, she went to a garden centre to buy a watering can. The sale assistant suggest 3 possible variants. Each variant has the same base surface: Watering can A which costs $3; B which costs $3.50 and C which costs $2. What is in your opinion the most convenient if your choice is imposed by the capacity? Keyword: capacity - the maximum amount that something can contain.

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Logic Puzzles

String & Knot problems

Which diagram shows two rings of string linked together: A or B?

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Visual Puzzles


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Which image matches picture No.1?


Can you identify the missing piece?

Couples

Can you ďŹ nd the matching pair?

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Visual Puzzles

Missing Piece


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Visual Puzzles

Inner Shape Find the inner shape which matches the outer shape

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JOIN THE DOTS Something got mixed up. Can you spot what is pictured here? Small hint: It is easier if you cut out the pictures.

Something got mixed up. Can you spot what is pictured here? Small hint: It is easier if you cut out the pictures.

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Can you work out what the four things have in common?

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Visual Puzzles

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Sudoku

Fill the grid so that every row, column and coloured box contains ALL the numbers from 1 to 6. Bonus Clue: Which number should go in the circle: 2 or 4?

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Water world

The Dead Sea, which measures 45 miles long by 9 miles wide, is not a sea but a landlocked salt lake. Averaging 85-96˚F, the warmest ocean water on earth is the Persian Gulf. “Challenger Deep” in the Pacific Ocean, with a depth of almost seven miles, is the deepest point in the deepest ocean. The Pacific Ocean is less salty than the Atlantic Ocean. The Caspian Sea in Russia is really a lake. The Red Sea’s name comes from the prolific blooms of algae that die and turn the normally extreme blue-green waters of the sea to red. The busiest

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It is difficult to dive below the surface of the Dead Sea because of the salt content.

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All About Oceans and seas

Draw your own cartoon fish!

SH SPLO

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