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JUNE 2017 / ISSUE 6 NEWSLETTER ANSWERS:

Where’s Andy?
In year 10, Andy can be found in the second row, four across (in between the two girls).

Pick the Flick:
The Empire Strikes Back.

Guess the Year:
1979.

Drawing Conclusions:

Brain Teaser:
Oh no, the hitch-hiker must have got a lift!
Spot The Difference:
1. Children in distance disappear.
2. Boys sock disappears.
3. Graphic appears on tshirt.
4. Stream of water disappears.
5. Andy appears in background.
6. Water gun doubles.
7. Cap appears on boy.
8. Boy’s shorts change colour.
9. Building in background changes colour.
10. Boy’s shoes change colour.

True or False?
1. True.
2. False. George was the youngest Beatle.
3. False. Four pins form the back row.
4. True.

That concludes issue 6; if you’ve enjoyed reading it half as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it, then I’ve enjoyed writing it twice as much as you’ve enjoyed reading it! Andy

 


 

MAY 2017 / ISSUE 5 NEWSLETTER ANSWERS:

Where’s Andy?
In year 10, Andy can be found in the second row, four across (in between the two girls).


Pick the Flick
:
Lethal Weapon 3.

Guess the Year:
1993.

Drawing Conclusions:


Brain Teaser:
Two Apples.
Word Search:

True or False?
1. False. The fastest cat is the cheetah.
2. True.
3. True.
4. True.

Who am I?
Clint Eastwood.

That concludes issue 5; if you’ve enjoyed reading it half as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it, then I’ve enjoyed writing it twice as much as you’ve enjoyed reading it!
Andy
 

 


APRIL 2017 / ISSUE 4 NEWSLETTER ANSWERS:

 

Where’s Andy?
In year 10, Andy can be found in the second row, four across (in between the two girls).

 

Pick the Flick:
Terminator 2.

 

Guess the Year:
1986.

 

Drawing Conclusions:

Brain Teaser:
Because they didn’t have any belly buttons.

 

Word Search:


True or False?
1. True.
2. False. There are three holes in a bowling ball.
3. False. Sumo wrestlers sprinkle salt.
4. True.

 

Who am I?
Charlie Sheen.

 

That concludes issue 4; if you’ve enjoyed reading it half as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it, then I’ve enjoyed writing it twice as much as you’ve enjoyed reading it! Andy



MARCH 2017 / ISSUE 3 NEWSLETTER ANSWERS:

Where’s Andy?
In year 10, Andy can be found in the second row, four across (in between the two girls).

Pick the Flick:
Arthur.

Guess the Year:
1990.

Drawing Conclusions:

Brain Teaser:
Water. Cows produce milk.

Spot The Difference:
1. Dog appears on running track.
2. Words disappear from Andy’s cap.
3. Boy in forground’s top changes colour.
4. Man disappears.
5. White line on ground disappears.
6. Girl’s pony-tail disappears.
7. Ball changes colour.
8. Girl’s tshirt changes colour.
9. Picture appears on back of girl’s tshirt.
10. Andy’s shoes change colour.

True or False?
1. True.
2. False. Birdseye make fish fingers.
3. False. Olivia was born in Cambridge, England.
4. False. Your profit will be $30.

Who am I?
Robert De Niro.

That concludes issue 3; if you’ve enjoyed reading it half as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it, then I’ve enjoyed writing it twice as much as you’ve enjoyed reading it! Andy


FEBRUARY 2017 / ISSUE 2 NEWSLETTER ANSWERS:

Where’s Andy?
In year 10, Andy can be found in the second row, four across (in between the two girls).

Pick the Flick:
Ghost.

Guess the Year:
1984.

Drawing Conclusions:


Brain Teaser:
One donut, because after that your stomach wouldn’t be empty.

Word Search:


True or False?
1. False. The ostrich lays the largest egg.
2. False. Ruby signifies forty years of marriage.
3. True.
4. False. Don Bradman scored 0 in his last appearance.

Who am I?
Meg Ryan.

That concludes issue 2; if you’ve enjoyed reading it half as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it, then I’ve enjoyed writing it twice as much as you’ve enjoyed reading it! Andy


JANUARY 2017 / ISSUE 1 NEWSLETTER ANSWERS:

Where’s Andy?
In year 10, Andy can be found in the second row, four across (in between the two girls). issue-4-wheres-andy


Pick the Flick
:
Rocky 3.

Guess the Year:
1992.

Drawing Conclusions:
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Brain Teaser:
His horse’s name is Friday.

Word Search:
word-search-2

True or False?
1. False. Seagulls do drink water.
2. False. ‘The’ is the most used word.
3. True.
4. True.

Who am I?
Harrison Ford.
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That concludes issue 1; if you’ve enjoyed reading it half as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it, then I’ve enjoyed writing it twice as much as you’ve enjoyed reading it!
Andy