19 Christmas Brain Teasers That Are Almost Impossible to Solve
Take a break from holiday shopping and decorating to solve these tricky brain teasers.
Sometimes our brains get a little foggy around the holidays with the amount of stress we’re typically under. Take a break from the hustle and bustle and build up some brainpower with these tricky brain teasers. How many can you solve?
The lampposts are the number 15, the snowmen are the number 4, and the trees are the number 3. Then in the last equation, a light post with only one light would represent the number 5. If you go by the order of operations, 3 multiplied by 4 is 12, then if you add 15 and subtract 5 you’ll get 22.
Less than one per cent of people can ace this shapes brain teaser.
There are 10 differences in these pictures. Can you find them all?
Did you find the 10 differences?
See if you can spot the owls camouflaged in these photos.
Did you find Santa’s way to his sleigh filled with gifts?
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The ornament represents the number 6, the mitten represents the number 2, and the tree, 7. In total, the ornament, the mitten, and the tree add up to 15.
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The missing piece
Find the puzzle piece that perfectly fits in the empty spot.
Puzzle piece number two.
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Let it snow
Match the pairs of identical snowflakes. The angle of rotation does not matter.
The pairs that are identical are 1 and 12, 2 and 11, 3 and 10, 4 and 9, 5 and 8, and 6 and 7.
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The shadow in the bottom row all the way to the left matches the skiing snowman.
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How many did you get?
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If you guessed snowman number three and number eight you are correct.
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The two boxes with the leaf pattern on them are the same
Can you spot these animals camouflaged in the wild?
Can you spot the seven differences between the two gingerbread pictures?
See if you can find the 10 differences in these two photos.
Did you spot the differences in the photos, including the snowman and cat?
The first stocking in the second row is identical to the fourth stocking in the last row.
Can you find the missing words in these puzzles?
The first boy gets the truck, the first girl gets the rabbit, the second girl gets the doll, and the second boy gets the books.
Circle number four is the missing piece.
Can you spot which airplane doesn’t belong in this picture?
Help Santa deliver presents
Find the path that Santa should take to deliver presents to every chimney. Use ladders and stairs to climb from level to level, and don’t let Santa jump up or climb any walls.
Did you find the right path?
Only two per cent of people can solve Albert Einstein’s riddle—can you?
Mitten 12 has no pair. The matching mittens are 1 and 9, 2 and 10, 3 and 4, 5 and 14, 6 and 7, 8 and 15, and 11 and 13.
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