James Blonde 006

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James Blonde’s head was always in a spin,

Being blonde, he forgot everythin’.

He was hopeless at being a spy,

Because he was always in rollers,

Waiting for his hair to dry.

James Blonde was the world’s most famous spy,

For his peroxide streak and mahogany hair dye. As a sleuth he was always getting things wrong,

He never found any clues,

Because he was too busy deciding if he preferred his hair short or long.

No wonder James Blonde was so dizzy,

He’s spent an hour in perm lotion,

Waiting for his locks to go frizzy !

And all day in the salon when he wasn’t busy.

When HQ called to give him his agenda for the day,

James Blonde covered the phone in sticky hairspray.

James Blonde, of course, rolled up late for every mission,

Because he’d been in the shower waiting for his conditioner to wash in.

As a master of disguise, he turned up in a wig …

Which tickled him enormously, because it was too big.

When all the other spies were out catching crooks,

James Blonde had his head in hairstyle books.

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All spies love cocktails … shaken not stirred, or course. Which is the correct one to use – STER ? or – STIR ?

coa __ __ __ __cocktail.jpg

cocktail.jpg __ __ __ ring

bla cocktail.jpg __ __ __ __

ma__ __ __ __ cocktail.jpg

ma__ __ __ __cocktail.jpgpiece

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lob__ __ __ __cocktail.jpg

mon__ __ __ __cocktail.jpg

boo__ __ __ __cocktail.jpg

pla__ __ __ __ cocktail.jpging

ta__ __ __ __cocktail.jpg

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cocktail.jpg__ __ __ __ ring speech

time – wa__ __ __ __cocktail.jpg

si__ __ __ __cocktail.jpg

cocktail.jpg__ __ __ __ling

cocktail.jpg__ __ __ __torous

cocktail.jpg__ __ __ __eotype

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Add double “o” in these words, where the spy’s secret message is written in code. Where do the “o”‘s go into the holes ?

mn

spn

swn

brm

bridegrm

rm

honeymn

stp

trp

drping

lp – de – lp

chicken cp

tt of a horn

sht a goal

chimney st

ftsteps

rocket bster

rster

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Add either 0 or 6 to complete the mathematical equations. Which is the correct one to use ?

6 x __ = 0

18 / 3 = __

7 x __ = 42

0.__ x 10 = 6

60 / __ = 10

2__ + 5 = 31

__ x __ = 36

6 / __ = 1

80 – __ = 80

1__ / 4 = 4

6.__ – 0.6 = 6

__00 / 2 = 300

__0 x 2 = 120

__ x 9 = 54

3.__ x 3.__ = 12.96

6 000 / __ = 1000

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Add either – Bl or – B to complete these words. There are some clues to guide you.

the colour of the sea – ___ ue

a yellow fruit – ___ anana

colour of a bruise – ___ ack

the food of pandas – ___ amboo

cover to keep you warm in bed – ___ anket

to find fault – ___ ame

air travel – ___ alloon

without a mark – ___ ank

sightless – ____ ind

aflame – ___ azing

something a ball does – ____ ounce

loosing blood – ___ eeding

male – ___ oy

to make the sign of the cross – ___ ess

a type of classical dance – ___ allet

equally weighted – ___ alanced

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A Shaken Not Stirred G + T Game

How many words can you think of that include the lettes G + T ? Example – night.

Answers : coaster
stirring
rooster
blaster
web master
masterpiece
stern
lobster
monster
booster
plastering
taster
sternum
stirring
time – waster
sister
sterling
stertorous
stereotype

Game 2 Answers :
moon
spoon
swoon
broom
bridegroom
room.
honeymoon
stoop
troop
drooping
loop – de – loop
chicken coop
toot of a horn
shoot a goal
chimney soot
footsteps
rocket booster
rooster

006 Maths Quiz :
6 x 0 = 0
18 / 3 = 6
7 x 6 = 42
0.6 x 10 = 6
60 / 6 = 10
26 + 5 = 31
6 x 6 = 36
6 / 6 = 1
80 – 0 = 80
16 / 4 = 4
6.6 – 0.6 = 6
600 / 2 = 300
60 x 2 = 120
6 x 9 = 54
3.6 x 3.6 = 12.96
6 000 / 6 = 1000

Blond Bond Answers :
the colour of the sea – blue
a yellow fruit – banana
colour of a bruise – black
the food of pandas – bamboo
cover to keep you warm in bed – blanket
to find fault – blame
air travel – balloon
without a mark – blank
sightless – blind
aflame – blazing
something a ball does – bounce
loosing blood – bleeding
male – boy
to make the sign of the cross – bless
a type of classical dance – ballet
equally weighted – balanced

© Jacqueline Richards 2007

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