First News : 2019-04-05

PUZZLES : 24 : 24


24. PUZZLES Issue 668 5 – 11 April 2019 FirstNews WORD LADDER BOAT WIN! A GAZILLION BUBBLE RUSH MACHINE THE Gazillion Bubble Rush bubble machine blows thousands of bubbles straight up into the air! SEE if you can get from the top of the ladder to the bottom by changing one letter at a time to make a new word. With its revolution­ary design, this highpowere­d bubble machine blows the most bubbles ever. Simply pour the solution into the reservoir and push the button for a bubble explosion in seconds. The Gazillion Bubble Rush machine will give you hours of fun! Ten lucky winners will each win a Gazillion Bubble Rush bubble machine. To be in with a chance of winning, just answer this question: SHIP WIN! MAPED CREATIVE ARTIST BOARDS In which sport would you use a shuttlecoc­k? a) squash badminton handball b) c) CAN you complete our crossword by using the clues below? Send in your answers, and two lucky winners will win Maped Creative Artist Boards! Discover the continents of the world and learn about their people and cultures. Have fun tracing the images onto the transparen­t board and then wipe the board clean when you’re finished. ENTER NOW! MARK YOUR ENTRY RUSH­ns or page 25. The closing date is 21 April 2019. WIN! A BIRDS OF PREY STAMP PRESENTATI­ON PACK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ROYAL Mail has revealed stunning images of its Birds of Prey stamp issue, featuring ten birds native to the UK. Also known as raptors, the birds of prey that feature on the stamps are: white-tailed eagle, buzzard, sparrowhaw­k, merlin, golden eagle, kestrel, goshawk, hobby, red kite and peregrine falcon. The stamps are original images taken at the Internatio­nal Centre for Birds of Prey, by British photograph­er Tim Flach. Tim, who specialise­s in animal photograph­y, has captured the exquisite beauty of the birds in a mix of close-up shots and the majestic sight of them in flight. Fifteen lucky winners will each win a Birds of Prey presentati­on set. To be in with a chance of winning, just answer this question: 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Across Down ACROSS DOWN 1 2 3 4 1 6 7 - A shape (6) 9 - Times (anag) (5) 112 123 etesmbepfe­orraetutor­em(o5r)row (5) 13 - High body temperatur­e (5) 169 (6) 1p8hy-s_ic_i_stO(8ra): singer (4) 19 - Albert ___ : famous physicist (8) -AAnnimimaa­l -FrFormomaa­grgeraetad­tidsitsatn­acnece(4()4) shape (6) Times (anag) (5) Gold-medal winning position (5) -ThGioslcdo-medsablewf­oinrneinto­gmporsriot­iwon(5(5)) -HTighhisbc­oodmy Part of a sentence (6) ___ Ora: singer (4) -APlbaerrtt­o_f_a_s:efnatmenoc­ues lwwitithha­annttllerr­ss((88)) 1 - Lifelike (9) 2 - Angry (5) 3 - Compass point ( 4 - Sequence of acti of your 8 - Amuse (9) 10 - Find out how bi 14 - Express in word 15 - Blood vessel (4 17 - Tell an untruth ( Lifelike (9) Angry (5) Compass point (4) Sequence of actions done regularly (7) The part of your body t5ha-tTlheetspa­rt you hear (3) Amuse (9) Find out how big something is (7) Express in words (5) Blood vessel (4) Tell an untruth (3) 9 11 Which of these is NOT a bird of prey? a) golden eagle blue hawk red kite b) 5 c) 16 18 8 10 ENTER NOW! MARK YOUR ENTRY PREY 14 15 17­ns or page 25. The closing date is 21 April 2019.

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