Nitram and his mother, Mrs. Rendrag, did the dishes after dinner. “Now that we’re finished with the dishes,” Mrs. Rendrag said, “let’s do the STOP AND SNAP.” These words “stop” and “snap” don’t make sense. Can you make a simple letter change to figure out what she actually said? Can you do something similar to deduce their real names?
Is this possible? Or have we lost our marbles?
Back to school time is coming, so how about a quick word puzzle? Can you think of a word with 3 u’s in it?
It’s back to school time, so here is an interesting literacy puzzler. What is unusual about these 3 sentences? Do you know what they are called? Both fickle dwarves jinx my pig quiz. Quick fox jumps nightly above wizard. Five quacking zephyrs jolt my wax bed.
Can you arrange the 9 letters of “EXTENSION” to spell 3 numbers? Each is less than 20. You may only use each letter once.
Professor Wordsmith says that the letter that comes right after AB in the alphabet is E. How can this be?
My English teacher says that 5×6=8×4. How can that be true?
Take away six letters to find a great activity to do this summer. Can you figure out what it is?
A snowball sentence, a teacher explained to her class, is one where each word is longer than the preceeding one. “Do you understand?”, she asked a student. “I am not sure, teacher”, she said. Did she understand? How do you know?
December is our twelfth month, so a puzzle about the number twelve seems topical. Can you solve this one? It’s tricky!