Here's a fun teaser you MAY like. All you have to do is determine the correct letter on each line to spell the word suggested by the clue.
Although it looks like math because of the numbers, Sudoku is actually a logic puzzle.
Complete the large grid so that each row, column and 3x3 mini grid (outlined in bold borders) contains the digits 1 through 9, without repeating.
"One of these Things is Not Like the Others,
One of these Things Just Doesn't Belong …"
Remember those words to the Sesame Street song? They introduce the concept of the puzzle below. In each question, use your logic to determine which item is the "odd word out," then check the answers below.
Here's a "BRAINtertainer Tip": when faced with a series problem, look for connections not just in meaning but in progressions, spelling, number of words/letters, similar associations, etc. With those suggestions in mind, now answer the question COMMON KNOWLEDGE What do the following words have in common?Vermont, statuesque, Swedish, Arthur's, Africa, sensation, misunderstood
HAVE A HEART
It is my HEARTfelt wish that you will enjoy this Valentine month word game in which each answer contains the word HEART. I've provided the definitions ‐ I would LOVE for you to make a wholeHEARTed attempt to determine the correct answer.
What do the following words have in common?
Did anyone get a new family member as a holiday gift? Lucky you! Many of us experience the joy of having a pet – personally, Jessica the cat is the feline love of my life - and one is enough. But some people are real animal lovers, and share their lives with multiple pets. Like my friend Susan, who has many
Susan has fish, birds, dogs and cats at her house – all living happily together.
Collectively, the non-human family has 15 heads, 6 wings, and 38 feet.
How many fish does Susan have?
Car transporters are arriving and holiday‐themed commercials have already started the Florida Seasonal countdown! So here's a holiday-themed Trainer/Teaser to kick off your "season" full of good cheer. Before that, Thanksgiving will give us a chance to reflect on and be truly grateful for the many blessings in our lives ‐ and the many ways we can continue to be a blessing for others. But for now, let's
Cut to the Chase
The following words are shortened versions of longer words which all fit into the same category. It's up to you to figure out the full‐length words and how they relate. In the example, PEN NICK DIM the complete words are PENNY, NICKEL and DIME and the category is COINS. Cash in and try out these three holiday-themed selections.