ANSWER: Mr. Pham had only 13 candies left when the doorbell rang. 13 is one more than 12, which is divisible by two, three and four, and of course, 1 candy will be left over after you divide 12 by 2, by 3, or by 4. :)
There are two parts, and 8 points to win, in this week's puzzle.
1. (5 points) There's a relationship these letters have with each other. What is the connection these letters have? Once you've found this key, the answer to number 2 is easy.
2. (3 points) A letter is missing... can you find which letter is missing?
You are attending your family reunion. Your sister is talking to your grandmother Mary, your cousin Bo, and your uncle Bill. Who are you? (2 points)
During art time, Room B1 students are making paper clip sculptures by twisting them at existing bends. Which of the shapes could NOT have been made by bending the original paper clip? 3 points.
(There could be more than one answer)
Amelia is creating a puzzle in different color pieces. She wants each adjacent (next to) puzzle piece to be a different color. Amelia uses only 4 colors: purple, yellow, red, and orange. If the center circle is yellow, and two other colors are shown, what color does piece A need to be? (3 points)
If the first two tug-of-war contests shown here are ties, which group (frogs or turtles) will win the third contest, or will it also be a draw?
* HINT: The key is in the 1st contest!
(3 points for the correct answer, 3 points for the correct explanation)