Watch the video to familiarise yourself with the 12 Days of Christmas song.

Click on the puzzles listed below for a hint. Some puzzles have more than one hint. Start with A, then B … The final hint will give you the answer.

Watch the video to familiarise yourself with the 12 Days of Christmas song.

Click on the puzzles listed below for a hint. Some puzzles have more than one hint. Start with A, then B … The final hint will give you the answer.

Rex’s Parents are Ivy and Tom. Rex’s dad only has a brother therefore, Rex’s Aunty is his mum’s sister Liz.

Rex’s Aunty’s Mother-in-law would be Liz’s husband Dan’s mother, Ann

Use a wide tip pen or marker to trace the path through the maze from start to finish.

Can you read the words?

Work out in which parts of France Calais, Tours and Cannes are located.

If Blue was from Southern France then they would lie, so not from Southern France.

therefore, Red must be from Northern France.

Calais – Northern France

Tours – Central France

Cannes – Southern France

How many calling birds are there in the song?

Check the envelope for the missing bird.

Does the pattern on the berries look familiar?

The type of birds give you a clue on what to do with the number you decoded from the berries.

**Voice mail from calling the number given in puzzle 4:**

Well done on solving the calling birds. Let’s move onto the Golden Rings

Cut out, fold and tape the Bon Bon

Hold with black answer line facing you,

Imagine turning the rings as follows;

Rotate ring 1 up 6 times

Rotate ring 2 down 5 times

Rotate ring 3 down 10 times

Rotate ring 4 up 5 times

Rotate ring 5 down 3 times

You need to complete puzzle 4 first in order to receive the instructions for this puzzle.

Fold and cut the puzzle like this to make a bon-bon:

The first letter of the answer is ‘C’

First work out how many eggs make up the 4 layer pyramid.

Next work out how many eggs each goose laid.

Work out how many eggs there would be in a 7 layer pyramid.

Knowing how many eggs one goose can lay, how many geese are needed for a 7 layer pyramid?

Note the direction of the swans beaks.

Do the snowflakes resemble a compass?

Look at the snowflakes in the sky, each point represents a letter.

40 cows divided by 8 maids = 5; therefore, 1 maid can milk 5 cows in 1hr

5 cows x 2 hrs = 10 cows; Therefore, 1 maid can milk 10 cows in 2 hrs

60 cows / 10 cows = 6 maids; You would need 6 maids to milk 60 cows in 2 hrs

Download and print this link if you need another larger copy:

Use the letters from ‘SCROOGE’ to add letters to identical dancers.

Look at the ladies on the nutcracker ballet flyer for 2 more letters.

Once you have completed the puzzle look see how many words are gifts from the song.

Click to watch the 12 Days of Christmas song.

Cut out the leaping lords and fold so that they are standing up.

Have you read the prologue for the ‘Lords-a-Leaping on the flyer for the nutcracker ballet?

Set up Round 1 like this:

Set-up Round 2 like this:

Add up the moves from Round 1 & Round 2 for your final answer

Round 1 (8 moves) + Round 2 (15 moves) = 23

ANSWER = Twenty Three

Follow the sound of the music from a piper to a note.

Imaging the sound travels like water might help.

Have you noticed musical notes anywhere else in your pack?

Do the notes from the pipers match up with the notes on the envelope?

Count how many musical notes there are on the envelope.

What else has 26?

Once you have deciphered the notes solve the anagram to get your answer.

The Final Answer = Jinglebells

Decipher the message on the drums of the drummers.

The drums tell you to “look up Flag Semaphore”.

This is your answer page – you will need to solve all 12 puzzles first.

The 12 months of the year represent the 12 puzzles.

Look at where the bells are positioned on each month.

EXAMPLE – February will give you the third letter of the answer from puzzle 2.

Once you have all 11 letters solve the anagram for you final answer.

FINAL ANSWER – Anagram = sleighbells