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Puzzle 1

BungalowThere are four bungalows in our cul-de-sac. They are made from these materials: straw, wood, brick and glass.

Mrs Scott's bungalow is somewhere to the left of the wooden one and the third one along is brick.

Mrs Umbrella owns a straw bungalow and Mr Tinsley does not live at either end, but lives somewhere to the right of the glass bungalow.

Mr Wilshaw lives in the fourth bungalow, whilst the first bungalow is not made from straw.

Who lives where, and what is their bungalow made from?

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[Ref: ZSOP] © Kevin Stone 



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Puzzle 2

PaletteAt a recent painting competition, Eileen's rendition of a Constable was not last.

Jenny only just managed to avoid last place and came third.

The lady who painted a Monet was very successful and took first place.

Ada beat the lady who painted the Taylor and the lady who painted the Van Gogh beat Vera.

Can you determine who painted what and who won?

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[Ref: ZAFM] © Kevin Stone 



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Puzzle 3

DictionaryBelow you will find ten 6 letter words, however, every other letter is missing.

Can you determine the words?

_S_E_D
_P_A_G
_R_F_R
_Y_R_D
_R_F_E
_A_B_N
_A_E_A
_O_D_G
_S_F_L
_I_S_E

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[Ref: ZAGD] © Kevin Stone 



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Puzzle 4

CalculatorMy local bus company has recently expanded and no longer has enough room for all of its buses.

Twelve of their buses have to be stored outside.

If they decide to increase their garage space by 40%, this will give them enough room for all of their current buses, plus enough room to store another twelve in the future.

How many buses does the company currently own?

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[Ref: ZWOL] © Kevin Stone 



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Puzzle 5

As my birthday approaches I start to collect leaves - a little bizarre perhaps, but I enjoy it!

On the first day of the month I collect 1 leaf, on the second day I collect 2 leaves, the third day I collect 3 leaves, and so on.

By my birthday I will have collected 276 leaves altogether. On which day of the month is my birthday?

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[Ref: ZQUZ] © Kevin Stone 


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