Fun Learning for Kids: 10 Visual Puzzles
Improve observation and analytical skills with these fun puzzles.
EOTO : Visual PuzzlesFun Learning for KidsWeekly Childrens Newspaper Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com www.robinage.com1. Can you spot at least 10 differences between the two pictures?Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com2. Can you see both the duck and the bunny in this picture? The duck's bill is the bunny's ears.Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com3. Which line in the helicopters is longer? Is it the red one or the blue one?Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com4. How many different triangles can you count in this picture?Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com5. Can you figure out which is the correct shadow of the turtle?Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com6. Pictogram Puzzle! Can you figure out the words depicted in the picture?Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com7. Can you identify the common object in the image below?Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com8. Are the dots still or are they moving?Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com9. Can you find the hidden star in this image?Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com10. Can you find the pentagon which has no partner (exact twin)?Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.comAnswers1. (1) The time on the clocks (2) The curtains (3) The wall pictures (4) The cabinet knobs (5) Grannys hair pin (6) The icing on the cake (7) The number of bananas (8) The cookies (9) The number of flowers (10) The plates on the shelf (11) The spoon in the cats hand is replaced by a lollipop (12) Grannys collar (13) The girls tongue (14) The girls socks (15) The items on the shelf The duck's bill is the bunny's ears. Both the lines are of the same length There are 20 triangles in the picture D Jack in the box Hot air balloon The dots are not actually moving. Its just an optical illusion Answer2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.10. NWeekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.comThank You! Connect with us @ facebook.com/followrobinage twitter.com/followrobinagePrint this slideshow to teach kids offline!Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com