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 A Special Tic Tac Toe... In Arnold's Tic Tac Toe, three in a row loses! You are playing the "O"'s and it is your turn. What move can you make to force Arnold to end up with three "X"'s in a row, so he loses? Download Puzzle (60 KB)  |  Download Solution (70 KB)
 Bear paw... Roland has sketched three different front views of a Teddy Bear for a new building project. From the three sketches, can you select the front view that Roland chose to make the three-dimensional Teddy Bear illustrated above? Download Puzzle (63 KB)  |  Download Solution (58 KB)
 Spinning Skaters... Roland has just completed a new music box. When he spins the green belt wheel clockwise, will the two skating couples spin in the same direction or in opposite directions? Download Puzzle (65 KB)  |  Download Solution (78 KB)
 Cryptic Note... Bob has just been handed a note from Linda, which appears to be written in some sort of code. From the clues she has given, can you help Bob break this code and read the message? Download Puzzle (175 KB)  |  Download Solution (87 KB)
 Animal Cubes... Only one of the five floating cubes has been made by folding the given pattern. Can you identify the cube that matches the pattern? Download Puzzle (166 KB)  |  Download Solution (145 KB)
 Last Waffle... Betty has a problem, for the last waffle came out of the press as shown, and the twins ALWAYS insist that their waffles each have the same shape. Can you help Betty and show her how to cut the waffle to get two identical pieces? (Note: the twins can't tell the difference between a knife cut and the baked outside of a waffle.) Download Puzzle (192 KB)  |  Download Solution (115 KB)
 Convention Chortle... Hilda D. Rosen, Earl Wade, and Roy Kewn had a big laugh at the convention when they realized that the letters of their names, when rearranged, spelled out the names of each of their home States. From what State does each of these delegates hail? Download Puzzle (209 KB)  |  Download Solution (112 KB)
 Ball Maze... Assuming that all three colored balls will roll freely through this maze, what is the color of the ball that will exit from chute number two? Download Puzzle (210 KB)  |  Download Solution (179 KB)
 Mall Madness... Kimberly headed to the mall with \$60. If she spends 1/4 of her money on clothes, \$30 on CD's and 10% of her original money pigging out at the food court, how much cash will she have left? Download Puzzle (77 KB)  |  Download Solution (58 KB)
 Word Thoughts... Percy has found a new word game. What single four letter word can be placed before each of the words below to make four new words? (Hyphenated words are allowed.) _ _ _ _ TRAP, _ _ _ _ PLACE, _ _ _ _ BUG, and _ _ _ _ FLY Download Puzzle (60 KB)  |  Download Solution (44 KB)
 Upside-Down Coin Stacks... Can Joan arrange a triangle of coins upside-down by moving only three coins? The only rule is that every time she moves a coin to a new position, it must touch two other coins. Download Puzzle (72 KB)  |  Download Solution (66 KB)
 Five Minute Timer... The young sorceress is cooking up a brew that needs to simmer for five minutes, plus or minus a few seconds. All she has to measure with are a four-minute timer and a three-minute timer. Using only these instruments, can she successfully time her simmering? If so, how? Download Puzzle (70 KB)  |  Download Solution (57 KB)
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