Click on the puzzles listed below for a hint. Some puzzle have more than one hint. Start with A, then B …. The final hint will give you the answer.
Unscramble the letters in each of the baubles to make a word.
Each bauble will tell you which letter to take from the created word.
Form your final word using the letters selected from each of the words.
Count how many of each of the shapes you can see in the snowflakes.
Replace the shapes for their values in the sum at the bottom of the puzzle.
Match the holly with its identical pair and find the holly that does not have a pair.
For example: C and I are a pair
Ben and Mark’s presents must be one of the 3 presents that don’t have any red on them.
Neither of them is next to Chloe’s Present.
As Blake’s present is not next to Ben or Mark, Blake’s present must be the purple one.
Mia’s present is next to Chloe’s, therefore Mia’s present must be the blue box with the stars on it.
Mia’s Present is also next to the guitar, so the guitar must be in the green present.
The skates and the scooter are next to each other. As Chloe doesn’t like anything athletic the skates and the scooter can be either the white or purple present.
The scooter is for a girl. Chloe doesn’t like anything athletic and Mia’s has the bike.
The scooter must therefore belong to Ellie.
This means the white present is the scooter for Ellie.
This makes the Skates belong to Blake.
As the scooter is not next to Mark’s present. Then Mark’s present must be the green one and Ben has the dark blue present.
As everyone has a present the Video Game must belong to Chloe
Follow the arrows around the chimney until you reach one of the stockings
The rules of the game are simple: each of the nine blocks has to contain all the letters in the word ‘SNOWFLAKE’ within its squares. Each letter can only appear once in a row, column or box.
Form an anagram of the letters in the blue outlined boxes to reveal your answer.
If viewed from above which image is correct
Find as many Christmas related words as you can in the snow globe
Use the leftover letters to form another Christmas related word.
Find the pictures throughout each of the puzzles and look for a letter hidden in each of the pictures
Example: Look for the teddy bear on puzzle 4. Can you see the letter “S” in his ear?