1.Which fruit grows on palm trees? 2.What is brontophobia? 3.Saint Lucia is an island destination in which sea? 4.Which planet is closest to the sun? 5.Complete the name of this popular ice cream flavour: Rum and _____? 6.How many hours are there in 6 weeks? 7.A bottle of suntan lotion contains 256 mls. If 1 person uses 8mls a day how long will the bottle last a family of 4? 8.In which long running TV series did the character “Compo” appear? 9.What does SPF stand for in relation to suntan lotion? 10.Americans celebrate Independence day in which month? Dates Fear of thunder and lightning Caribbean Mercury Raisin 1008 8 days Sun protection factor Last of the Summer Wine NOW FOR THE ANSWERS www.justmaths.co.uk July
www.justmaths.co.uk Round 2 Ohhhhh....I do like to be beside the seaside...
1.What is the name of the worlds largest ocean? 2.A group of jellyfish is called: a) smack, b) jab or c) glob? 3.What is the largest sea mammal? 4.True or False... A squid has 8 tentacles like an octopus. 5.How many pairs of legs does a crab have? 6.Which sea living creature produces pearls? 7.Who was shipwrecked with his companion “Friday” ? 8.Approximately what percentage of the earths surface is covered by water...a) 60% b) 70% or c) 80% 9.The next line in the song with the same name as this round...? 10.The collective noun for a group of surfers is a) drift b) wave or c) breaker Pacific Blue whale False Oyster 4 (8 in total) b) Ohh... I do like to be beside the sea Robinson Crusoe b) www.justmaths.co.uk NOW FOR THE ANSWERS a)
1.Ping pong is the alternative name for... 2.In which sport might you do a “slam dunk” ? 3.Tic-tac-toe is an alternative name for... 4.How many pieces does a player have in Ludo? 5.In netball what does WA stand for? 6.How many holes are there on a golf course? 7.Which sport takes places in a velodrome? 8.From what country does Lego come from? 9.Which chess piece can only move diagonally? 10.What is the object hit by the players in ice hockey called? NOW FOR THE ANSWERS Table tennis Basketball Noughts & Crosses 4 Wing Attack 18 Cycling Denmark The bishop A puck www.justmaths.co.uk
1.Which country would you be in if you landed at Charles De Gaulle airport? 2.In which country is this famous landmark? 3.The following is anagram of which country: M E N G Y R A 4.Name any of the islands that make up the Balearic Islands. 5.What is the capital city of Spain? 6.Which sea separates Europe from Africa? 7.Which Italian city is famous for its canals? 8.Liverpool lies on which river? 9.True of false? The Eiffel Tower grows in Summer? 10.What is the first day of Summer known as? Summer solstice NOW FOR THE ANSWERS www.justmaths.co.uk France Australia Germany Ibiza, Menorca, Majorca (1 point each) Madrid The Mediterranean Venice Mersey True Metal expands with heat!
Holiday puzzles... with a difference... www.justmaths.co.uk Round 5
1.What starts with an “e”, ends with an “e” and only contains 1 letter? 2.Which word if pronounced “right” is pronounced wrong and if pronounced “wrong” is right? 3.What happens in the middle of month, in all the seasons except summer and happens only once in the night and never in the day? 4.In which sport do winners move backwards and losers move forwards ? 5.Why are 2013 £1 coins worth more than 2012 £1 coins? 6.What can go up a chimney down but can’t go down a chimney up? 7.What has roads but no cars, rivers but no water, hills but no trees? 8.What belongs to you but is used more by others’? 9.What are the next three letters... O T T F F S S? 10.What do you put in a toaster? NOW FOR THE ANSWERS An envelope Wrong Your name The letter “n” Tug of war There are more of them An umbrella www.justmaths.co.uk A map E N T (eight, nine, ten) bread
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