Thursday, December 10, 2015

Dot-to-Dot: Butterfly

  Practice counting from 1 to 70. Use a pencil to connect the dots in numerical order and when you have finished, the picture will be revealed. Use your crayons to fill in the puzzle shape.

Dot-to-Dot: Fish

       Practice counting from 1 to 90. Use a pencil to connect the dots in numerical order and when you have finished, the picture will be revealed. Use your crayons to fill in the puzzle shape.

Dot-to-Dot: Angel

       Practice counting from 1 to 82. Use a pencil to connect the dots in numerical order and when you have finished, the picture will be revealed. Use your crayons to fill in the puzzle shape.

Dot-to-Dot: Shamrock

       Practice counting from 1 to 86. Use a pencil to connect the dots in numerical order and when you have finished, the picture will be revealed. Use your crayons to fill in the puzzle shape.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Overlap Puzzle

       "Overlap" Puzzle. Cut this diagram or a copy of it directly through the center up and down. Not take the "right" side and lay it over the left side, so that any one of the spaces 12 to 22 is parallel to any one of the spaces 1 to 11. The first part of the puzzle is to get the proper space of the right on the proper space of the left, so that you can, reading the letters across, find the name of a state, one of the U. S. You don't need all the letters on the two parallels, but the letters making the state must come in succession. Next find separately three towns in this state, by the same, method. Now, laying left over right, find another state. Next, find separately three towns in this state. When cut apart, lay right over left, so that 21 is parallel to 4. Push it along, till the edge rests at O. You can now read Goroy, Goroyz, Goroyze. This is no word, but shows the proper way to proceed to get words.

The Solution to this puzzle is in white text between to (*); cut and paste it into a different document and change the font color to print the answer to the "Overlap" Puzzle. * Right over left, 18 over 3, Georgia; 20 over 5, Atlanta; 13 over 9, Dalton, northern part of the state; 19 over 6, Jesup, eastern part of the state. Left over right, 4 over 19, Maine; 11 over 16, Bagor; 6 over 14, Dexter, central part of the state; 1 over 17, Houlton, eastern part of the state. *

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Back Aches

       This is a simple concealed word puzzle. You will discover the name of a town. It is hidden in the exclamation of the man with a weak back. Give the name and locality of the town in your answer.

Frank's Dragon

Frank drew an animal on the blackboard. When he came back from recess he found that one of his friends, by adding a few lines, had turned it into a dragon. Con you blot out these lines and find Frank's animal?