Compass Points

Compass Points

Follow the compass directions.  Which letter leads to which symbol at the top?

Switch One

Switch One

Move from CAP to HAT, changing one letter each time, across or down,but not diagonally.

Equal Numbers

Equal Numbers

Find the three lines with the same total and use the letters in those lines to form a word.

Drop In

Drop In

Drop the 3-letter words into the gaps to complete the 7-letter words.  Which 3-letter word is not used?

Corners

Corners

Fill in the corners to form words across and down.  Which letter is not used?

Pointers

Pointers

The arrows are compass directions.  Add the other letter to the arrow letter to form a word.

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Additions

Additions

Moving from 5 to 6 pick up four more numbers so that all add up to 27.  All six must be different.

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Bubbles

Bubbles

Which letters of the alphabet are missing?  Use them to form the name of a celebrity.

Moving from 5 to 6 pick up four more numbers so that all add up to 27.  All six must be different.

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Number Blind

Number Blind

What is the total of these single-digit numbers?

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This way or that

This way or that

Replace each letter with the one which comes two places BEFORE or AFTER it in the alphabet to find the word.

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Identification Parade

Identification Parade

The identical dogs have been dressed up by their owners.  Can you name all the dogs from the clues?

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Well Spotted

Well Spotted

Find the eight matching spots to reveal a word.

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Name Dropping

Name Dropping

Cross off the 5 letters of each missing name in order.one letter per wheel for every answer.  The remaining letters will spell out a pair of characters and a film title.

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Ups-A-Daisy

Ups-A-Daisy

Starting at the bottom of each column, move upward and diagonally only to find five foods.  All the letters are used only once.

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Consecutives

Consecutives

Complete the sums by filling in the boxes with two consecutive numbers.  (This means numbers next to one another, such as 5 & 6, ore 13 & 13)

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Artwork

Artwork

Using four colours,complete the picture.  Remember - no blocks with the same colour must touch on any side or corner.

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Artwork

Artwork

Using the four symbols, complete the picture. Remember - no blocks with the same symbol must touch on any side or corner.

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Ring Cycle

Ring Cycle

Divide the numbers  in the rings by 7 and write the answers in the spaces. Cross off the letters with EVEN numbers next to them. 

Unscramble the remaining  letters to reveal a word.

Clue: out of this world.

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Centre Link

Centre Link

Find the middle letter to complete the four 3-letter words.

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Cornerstones

Cornerstones

Cross out the numbers under 10 already used, then put the four of the remaining numbers in the corners so that each row and column will add up to the figure in the middle.  

Which number have you not used?