Plant Food Sudoku


Due to the popularity of the Fruit Sudoku I thought I’d make another one – for people who love puzzles but hate numbers!

This one is a PLANT FOOD sudoku which means you must make sure there is one, and only one, of each letter in each of the nine 9-square boxes whilst at the same time ensuring there is one of each in every vertical and horizontal line 🙂

P L A N T   F O O D

To save you having to print it out, just save the picture on your computer and then open it in ‘Paint’ or another picture editing program where you can fill in the missing letters.

Here’s the answers!

Sunday April 13th

It’s National Scrabble Day!

Go Vegan

We love a good game of Scrabble as much as the next person but it’s even better when you make it vegan scrabble!

Give your game a vegan theme by stipulating that all the words must be related to veganism! It’s not as narrow as you might think.  You could have any word related to vegan food, to nature, to animals, to environment … anything related to veganism and the natural world, however tenuous the link.  It can be a real challenge and it’ll make you laugh when you have to try to find a vegan connection to whatever word you’ve managed to make with your tiles.

Give it a go – especially today on National Scrabble Day! 🙂

vegan scrabble

Violet’s Animal Quiz

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This game is simple.  You can play alone or with friend(s).  All you have to do is turn over the question cards (play the videos 🙂 ) one at a time.

Either write down your answers (if you’re all answering the same question) or say your answer aloud (if you’re taking it in turns and only one of you is answering each question).

Then check the answer by turning the answer card for that particular question.  If you got it right you get a point – someone should keep score 😉

The person with the most points at the end is the winner 🙂

By the way, I got all the information for this quiz from herehereherehere and here so if you don’t know the answer and you don’t want to guess you can look it up


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That’s the lot for now, but we will continually add more questions so do come back and pick up where you left off 🙂