There's no prize for this, just a feeling of general smugness if you spot them all. You can cut and paste this, print it out and try it out on kids young and old this Christmas. I'll get around to giving you the answers one day!
Animals, birds, insects and fish can hide in all sorts of
unexpected places. This sentence is hiding one!
Can you see the dingo in
".........is hiDING One"?
See how many creatures you can find in this story.
Mr and Mrs Bickering and their children were out for a walk in the
country. Roger had stolen Cleo's bronze bracelet and had torn the badge
"and you've got enormous ears!" "Do I always have to tell you off, Roger,"
said Dad, " that's the sixth or seventh time today".
"Just keep ignoring him," said Mum shrewdly, "he only misbehaves
to attract attention."
"It's such a drab bit of countryside," Roger complained, "and we must be
"We might be a really long way from home if the car won't start. I hate
to admit it but the car I bought in Rotherham's terrible," said Dad,
"I wish I'd bought a new Toyota. They've got terrific acceleration,
they really do go like a bullet."
They came, later that day, to a steep and attractive valley. "I'd
I want to go a totally different route back."
"It's no use always arguing," said Dad, "You both are wrong;
there's a sign up there which implies we go this way."
"we never see any on our walks!"