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19 Christmas brain teasers the whole family will love

19 Christmas brain teasers the whole family will love
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Sometimes our brains get a little foggy around the holidays with the amount of stress we’re typically under. Take a break from the hustle and bustle and build up some brainpower with these tricky brain teasers. How many can you solve?

Snowman maths

Snowman maths
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Can you figure out what number the lanterns, snowmen, and trees represent to solve the final equation?

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Answer
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The lampposts are the number 15, the snowmen are the number 4, and the trees are the number 3. Then in the last equation, a light post with only one light would represent the number 5. If you go by the order of operations, 3 multiplied by 4 is 12, then if you add 15 and subtract 5 you’ll get 22.

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Nutcracker puzzle

Nutcracker puzzle
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There are ten differences in these pictures. Can you find them all?

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Answer
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Did you find the ten differences?

Maze to the sleigh

Maze to the sleigh
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Find Santa’s way through the maze to his sleigh.

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Answer
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Did you find Santa’s way to his sleigh filled with gifts?

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Sugarplum maths

Sugarplum maths
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First, find out what numbers the mitten, ornament, and tree represent.

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Answer
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The ornament represents the number 6, the mitten represents the number 2, and the tree, 7. In total, the ornament, the mitten, and the tree add up to 15. Did you get the correct sum?

The missing piece

The missing piece
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Find the puzzle piece that perfectly fits in the empty spot.

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