Two heads are better than one so many together would solve quicker, right? Last Friday, I put that theory to the test with some brain teasers called Dingbats.
Dingbat puzzles, not to be confused with a type of font, are word puzzles that represent a phrase or saying. These puzzle promote lateral thinking. After being divided into two, Team Blue and Team Green took turns picking a slip out of a bag and had 45 seconds to solve the puzzle. Some were very easy and others had both groups scratching their heads. Eventually the game became a tie so a sudden death match round took place. Team Blue scored the win with Joe’s math expertise.
See if you’re able to solve these:
- our death match question: GR304.8mmAVE