Funstuf

By Patricia T. Barton


Baptism Word Search

Read forward, backward, up, down, and diagonally to find the listed words, which have something to do with baptism. Then circle the word that tells how old we have to be before we can be baptized.

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Aaronic

CTR

Holy Ghost

Ordinance

Authority

Example

Immersion

Prayer

Baptism

Faith

Jesus

Priesthood

Blessing

Father

John the Baptist

Repentance

Church of Jesus Christ

Gateway to heaven

Jordan River

Sinless

Commandment

Godhead

Joseph

Smith

Confirmation

Heavenly

Love

Water

Animal Tangles

The letters in the names of three animals appear here in proper order, but they are all tangled together. Can you untangle the letters?

R H E H I L E I P P N O P O P C H O T E R A A M O U N S S T

Answers:

rhinoceros, hippopotamus, elephant.

Animals with Shells

Unscramble each group of letters to spell the name of an animal that has a shell. One letter from each name has already been placed in the puzzle.

       

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  1. 1.

    LANIS

  2. 2.

    CNHOC

  3. 3.

    SETOYR

  4. 4.

    CMAL

  5. 5.

    TERULT

Answers:

(1) snail, (2) conch, (3) oyster, (4) clam, (5)turtle.

Bible Match

Match the description in the first column with the proper person in the second column. Then match both with the appropriate scripture.

1. Preached in the wilderness

a. Joseph

1. 1 Sam. 1:20

2. Rainbow

b. Judas

2. Ex. 7:1, 7

3. Wrapped in swaddling clothes

c. Moses

3. Ex. 2:3, 10

4. Swallowed by big fish

d. Solomon

4. Gen. 9:8, 13

5. Son of Hannah

e. Aaron

5. 1 Kgs. 2:12; 1 Kgs. 3:5–12

6. Found in bulrushes

f. John the Baptist

6. Jonah 1:17

7. Betrayed Jesus

g. Noah

7. Matt. 3:1

8. Wise king, son of David

h. Christ

8. Luke 2:11–12

9. Coat of many colors

i. Jonah

9. John 13:21, 26

10. Older brother of Moses

j. Samuel

10. Gen. 37:3

Answers:

(1) f-7, (2) g-4, (3) h-8, (4) i-6, (5) j-1, (6) c-3, (7) b-9, (8) d-5, (9) a-10, (10) e-2.

Stepping-Stones

To solve this puzzle, start from the top and work down, following the clues as you go. Each word has only one letter different from the word before it.

  1. 1.

    Opposite of warm

  2. 2.

    Silly or stupid person

  3. 3.

    Any bird

  4. 4.

    Concave dish

  5. 5.

    To heat until bubbling

  6. 6.

    Dirt

  7. 7.

    To travel by ship

  8. 8.

    What is delivered by letter carrier

Answers:

(1) cool, (2) fool, (3) fowl, (4) bowl, (5) boil, (6) soil, (7) sail, (8) mail.

Hidden States

The names of six states are hidden in the sentences below. Can you find Kentucky, Indiana, Iowa, Oregon, Utah, and Georgia?

Example: Did Hal ask Aunt Ruby to come?

  1. 1.

    Come and see the poster in Diana’s room.

  2. 2.

    Put a harness on the mule.

  3. 3.

    Ken, tuck your shirt in.

  4. 4.

    The patio was shaded by a large tree.

  5. 5.

    Buy the large or giant-size box of cereal.

  6. 6.

    Is the old general store gone now?

Answers:

(1) in Diana’s, (2) Put a harness, (3) Ken, tuck your, (4) patio was, (5) large or giant, (6) store gone.

Puzzling Peter

  • Peter likes navy but not army.

  • Peter likes pinto but not piebald.

  • Peter likes string but not twine.

  • Peter likes wax but not candles.

  • Peter likes jelly but not jam.

  • Peter likes chili but not stew.

  • Peter likes jumping but not leaping.

  • Peter likes green but not gold.

  • What exactly does puzzling Peter like?

Answer:

different kinds of beans.