Moving from 5 to 6, pick up fourmore numbers so that all add up to 27.
All six must be different.
Facts & Figures
Find the FIVE matching tiles.
Set the numbers to find the year in the 1600s when on those tiles, in the order they appear, among the mathematical signs below
Colonel Blood dressed as a priest, with two accomplices, stole the crown, orb but was pardoned and sceptre from the Tower of London. He was caught outside, by Charles II.
Using the four symbols, fill in the canvas so that no sections containing the same symbol touch on any side or corner.
Fit the 12 words together to form 6 connected pairs.
The matching pairs are in either circle. Beware of bogus pairs. There is only one way of using up all the words sensibly.
Find the 13-letter word by visiting every square once only along the connecting lines.
Which single letter can be added to each segment to make sensible 4-letter words?
10 different letters are used to form four 5-letter words which read UP each column.
Each of these letters MUST appear exactly TWICE.
Which word remains when all the others are eliminated?
ELIMINATE the word:
---which contains a body part.
---which forms a new word when the middle letter is removed.
---which sounds like a letter of the alphabet.
---which is entirely made up of Roman numerals.
---which looks like a number if it is turned upside down.
---which forms an animal when its head and tail are removed.
---which becomes another when its letters are all moved on 4 places in the alphabet.
---which has 3 consecutive letters of the alphabet next to one another.
---which can be pronounced 2 different ways.
Each row across, down, and the two diagonals add up to the given total.
A number outside the grid must be inserted anywhere along that line,without repeats.
Ring The Changes
Change one letter in each word to form three new themed ones.
Insert the signs, in any order, once only, in the figures to balance the sum.
The digits of one circle have a total which is 8 more than that of another. What is that total?
Replace every star with the same unused number to balance the sum.
At the top, put the 2 letters which go in front of the letters in the columns to reveal a 12-letter word.
Can you join up the words on the balloons by colouring them in, to find the names of three boys?
Harriet had a bad dream. Ballet shoes were flying around the room in all directions.
She was going to be late for her dance class. She needed a left shoe and a right shoe.
They had to match in every detail. She tried very hard on her own. O dear! She couldn't
see two shoes which were the same. Can you help her?
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