Set the deck of cards on the table. The spectator can cut the deck anyplace he’d like. Without touching the cards, you’ll be able to tell what card he cut to! Is this possible, or is it a bunch of huey?
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?
In honor of July 4th, here is a puzzler for you. Our nation has had a lot of birthdays. When counting, what is the first number you come to that contains the letter “a”?
It’s the fourth month so why not a magic puzzle about the number 4. What is unique about the number 4 that is not found with any other number?
March is National Nutrition Month. So it only seems appropriate to do a nutrition puzzler. Which is correct: “Yoke is white” or “Yoke are white”?
What is the only number whose letters are in reverse alphabetical order?
Ready for a New Year’s Challenge? Can you figure out what this word puzzle is saying?
Year end is approaching. Time to get your records in order. Speaking of order, can you answer this: What is the only number whose letters are in alphabetical order?
Can you guess what this wordle is saying?
Here’s a fun family puzzler to try out at your Thanksgiving gathering. Ben’s mother has 3 children. (Show 3 coins on your palm–a nickel, dime, & penny.) The first one is named Nicole (push the nickel forward). The second is named Diamond Jim (push the dime forward). What is the third child’s name?