This week let's see who
wins the race!
Be the first person to solve
any or allof the brainteasers below
and Mrs. Jenkins or Miss Jamison
will have a special treat
All you need to do is to write your answer down and show it to your teacher in the morning. The first correct solution will earn someone in 3rd grade a SURPRISE!
Thinking outside the box
just may be the trick.
New teasers will be put up every
cHECK OUT THIS WEEKS!
This may be a game you would like to play.
We're thinking of a person, place, or thing.
The first one to solve our
puzzle will earn a
I am a person
Who am I?
Try this one this week too...
This is a play on words.
Can you figure out what it means?
Try to find the answer to this puzzle...
What has HANDS but can not CLAP?
what about this one...
what starts with a "t", is filled with "t", and ends with a "t"?
The solutions are.....
Let's see how well
your brain will work.
These are rhyming riddles that can be played almost anywhere and at almost anytime.
Hink Pink's are 1 syllable words.
Hinky Pinky's are 2 syllable
What is a hink pink for a purple gorilla?
A GRAPE APE
This week it is a
What is a hinky pinky for a soft shaky stomach?
Just to see who's looking for new challenges...
A new way to earn $25 this week...
is to do a little OLYMPIC research. Chose a country that is being represented in the Olympics...
For that country:
-make a poster to display the following information:
1. How many gold medals they have earned so far.
2. What their flag looks like.
3. How many olympic athletes from that country are competing in these olympic games.
4. What event they are known for and why you believe this is so.
5. Finally, choose ONE athlete from that country that is competing and tell us as much as you can about him or her.
Let your research skills do the work for this $20
To earn $25 for this you must be ready to share it with us at morning meeting on Friday this week.
If you have all of our new challenges done...
This will trick your mind
just a little bit.
We're thinking of a number and sure hoping you
can guess what it is!
Make sure to read the problem carefully...
In order to be paid your money for this, you need to answer the question of what is the number of the houses where each person arrives, but then you also need to draw a map for each PERSON showing the route.
Can you figure it out?