Brain Exercises

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Turn the dials in your mind to form a 6-letter
word reading straight across the middle of
the three dials.
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Turn the dials in your mind to form a 6-letter
word reading straight across the middle of
the three dials.
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Turn the dials in your mind to form a 6-letter
word reading straight across the middle of
the three dials.
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Turn the dials in your mind to form a 6-letter
word reading straight across the middle of
the three dials.
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EAST
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V_ST
WEST
Change just one letter on each line to go from the
top word to the bottom word. You cannot change
the order of the letters and you must have a word
on each step.
CATS
C_TS
_OST
DOGS
Change just one letter on each line to go from the
top word to the bottom word. You cannot change
the order of the letters and you must have a word
on each step.
BALL
BAL_
_ALE
GAME
Change just one letter on each line to go from the
top word to the bottom word. You cannot change
the order of the letters and you must have a word
on each step.
Cookware taken straight off of the stove. (3, 3)
“hot pot”
Answer each of the clues above with a pair of
rhyming words. The numbers that follow each clue
tell you how many letters are in each word.
Head of the police department. (3, 3)
“top cop”
Overweight belfry resident. (3, 3)
“fat bat”
Answer each of the clues above with a pair of
rhyming words. The numbers that follow each clue
tell you how many letters are in each word.
An intelligent painting. (3, 3)
“smart art”
A magical reptile. (6, 6)
“lizard wizard”
Answer each of the clues above with a pair of
rhyming words. The numbers that follow each clue
tell you how many letters are in each word.
Some words that relate to the family are hidden in
this grid. Can you find 10 family words? They can
be spelled up, down, across, or diagonally – but
you can’t retrace over a letter. Also all words must
be at least 3 letters long.
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AUNT
COUSIN
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MOTHER
NIECE
PAPA
PARENT
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DOGS
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WO_S
WOOF
RAGS
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A substantial swine. (3, 3)
“big pig”
Polite request for some cheddar. (6, 6)
“cheese please”
Answer each of the clues above with a pair of
rhyming words. The numbers that follow each clue
tell you how many letters are in each word.
A malicious monarch. (4, 5)
“mean queen”
Purchase pastry dessert. (3, 3)
“buy pie”
Answer each of the clues above with a pair of
rhyming words. The numbers that follow each clue
tell you how many letters are in each word.
Some names of jobs are hidden in this grid. Can
you find 11 job words? They can be spelled up,
down, across, or diagonally – but you can’t retrace
over a letter. Also all words must be at least 3
letters long.
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ARTIST
FARMER
MAID
MASON
MODEL
SAILOR
TAILOR
VALET
WAITER
WRITER
Carol likes felines but not cats.
Carol likes halibut but not flounder.
Carol likes palaces but not castles.
What does Carol like?
The object of the But-Not Game is to uncover
the element common to each of the
statements given.
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