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can you find the six differences between these two images?
Q: Why was six scared of seven? A: Because seven eight nine. Q: Why was the broom late? A: Because it over swept.
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In July 1518 in Strasbourg, France, a dancing epidemic occurred. Up to 400 people danced non-stop for a month without any reason. Many died of exhaustion or heart attacks.
Spellbound by Anna Dale This book is about a girl called Athene who doesn’t get on with her brother Zach. One night during their summer holiday, Athene discovers a Humble Gloam tribe and quickly becomes their friend. She also stumbles upon a way to get rid of Zach, but soon starts to miss her brother and is determined to get him back. I liked this book lots because it was funny and exciting. Review by Cara Otto, age 10. Email a review of your favourite book to email@example.com
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can you work out the phrase or saying represented here? It helps if you say out loud what you can see.
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can you work out what comes next in this number sequence?
32, 48, 72, 108, 162
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The Imperial War Museum is hosting a free wartime farm on 12-15 and 19-22 August at its grounds in London. It is part of the current exhibition, The Ministry of Food, which is all about how people ate in Britain during the second world war. At the farm you will be able to pet animals that would have been kept in gardens in the 1940s, and learn how to look after them. Land girls will also be on hand to give advice about growing your own food, which is popular again today, and a good way to do your bit to help the environment.
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You can make the most of kitchen scraps and grow your own food, by following these easy steps: 1. Save the leftover tops of raw carrot and parsnips. They should be cut just below the stem at the thickest point.
2. Spread out the tops on a saucer of water with the stems facing upwards. Depending on the size of the carrots and parsnips, you may only be able to fit two or three stems on each saucer. 3. Place them on a on a sunny window sill, and make sure the water is topped up daily. 4. After a week they will begin to sprout roots underneath and grow lovely green leaves from their stems. 5. Allow the roots and stems to reach 5cm before planting them in pots of soil, or straight into the garden. Within a couple of weeks you will notice that your plants have grown wonderful tall green leaves that will then flower and produce lots of little seeds. If you collect these seeds and plant them, your very own vegetables will grow. If you already help in the garden, send in photographs of food or plants you have grown to firstname.lastname@example.org
What useful thing to take to the beach is hidden in this riddle? My first is in wet but not in dry. My second is found both in hello and goodbye. My third is found in wise but not silly. My fourth is the last letter of Chile My fifth is found both in petal and lily Yesterday’s answers Word ladder One possible solution is: POST, PAST, MAST, MALT, MALL, MAIL Number sequence 29 - add four Crack the code Box of chocolates The riddler Wheel
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