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  • I was born in 1903 in New Haven, Connecticut.
  • I grew up to become one of the most well-known and trusted doctors in history.
  • I received my medical degree from Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons and taught at Cornell University Medical College while establishing my pediatric practice in New York City.
  • My philosophy on bringing up children with flexibility, warmth, and common sense was very different from traditional childrearing beliefs of the time.
  • In 1956, I shared my philosophy in a book that became one of the most popular and top selling books of the 20th Century.
  • I authored many other books and also wrote parenting columns in several popular magazines, like “Redbook” and “Ladies Home Journal.”
  • I was an anti-war activist during the Vietnam War and was convicted for my support of draft resistance. The conviction was later overturned.​
  • You may not have heard the news, but I won a gold medal as an oarsman at the 1924 Olympics.


Bette Midler

Paul Anka

Princess Petunia

Princess Violet



8. If you come across a word or TERM you don’t understand, sit down with a CUP of coffee and do a little research. HINT: A small griddle cake often served with tea

Wizard of Oz

Scarecrow and Tin Man

Steel Magnolias

The Rose

3. The famous line "a rose by any other name would smell as sweet" comes from which well-known work of fiction?

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Wuthering Heights

Romeo and Juliet

The Secret Garden

Pride and Prejudice


8. In a popular episode of "The Simpsons," one of the applicants for the position of the family's nanny is named Mrs. ____________?



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Nat King Cole

Willie Nelson

2. In 1962, which singer with the easily recognizable voice had a hit with the song "Ramblin' Rose?"

6. A song popularized in 1968 by Tiny Tim is an invitation to tiptoe through what kind of flower?



Princess Daisy

Princess Rose

Glinda The Good Witch


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5. It is not COOL to CHEAT at any game! HINT:Sweet food made from cocoa beans

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7. A song in the film "The Sound of Music" is named for what white flower found high in the Alps?

White Oleander

The Black Dahlia

7.  Jane was UPSET when she was awakened by AN awfully loud bang.  HINT:Legumes that grow inside a pod and are often roasted, salted, and eaten as a snack

Wacky Word Puzzles

​3. Sally surprised her mother with the RARE GIFT of waking UP to breakfast in bed.  HINT: A citrus fruit

6. ROB took his time putting the puzzle together LEST he make a mistake.  HINT:A marine crustacean served at most seafood restaurants

4. Who is the princess named for a flower in the world of Super Mario?

5. What is the name of the book and movie about a girl who is in the foster system while her mother is in jail? 

1. "In the book "The Wizard of Oz", who saves Dorothy and friends after they fall asleep in a field of poppies?

4. The coworkers SAT quietly as they waited for the meeting TO begin.  HINT:Sliced bread that has been browned on both sides by exposure to heat

1. When the teacher told Joey to CEASE chewing gum in class, he tried to hide the wad in his CHEEK.  Hint: A rich dairy-based dessert usually in a graham cracker crust

​2.  The first thing most travelers do when they arrive at their destination is to CHECK IN at their hotel.  ​Hint: A domestic fowl often raised for its meat and eggs

3. What runs around the whole yard without moving?

​​2. Where does Friday come before Thursday?

Riddle Me This...

1. If everyone in our entire country bought a yellow car, what would we be?



​The following picture puzzles represent a word, phrase or saying. Can you decipher each cryptic message?

The people described below are well known individuals 

from different walks of life. They may or may not still be with us, but all have made an impression. Can you solve the mystery of their identities?


  • I was born in 1941 in Pacoima, California.
  • I taught myself how to play a variety of instruments, but fell in love with the guitar.
  • By my teens, I had already made a name for myself… appearing on American Bandstand and touring with other prominent artists.
  • My Mexican surname was considered too ethnic and so was shortened to the name I used professionally.
  • The song most people know me by came out in 1958 and was inspired by a Mexican folk song.
  • I died before my 18th birthday in a plane crash that also took the lives of other well-known performers.​
  • In 1987, my life story was told in a popular movie that has since been selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry because it is considered to be "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.”
  • I was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001



  • I was born in Atlanta, Texas, in 1892.
  • I grew up to become the first African American woman to earn a pilot’s license in the United States as well as the first to have her international pilot's license.
  • I made a career out of barnstorming, stunt flying, and parachuting.
  • Building my career was a challenge because I was turned down by every U.S. aviation school I applied to and had to move to France to attend the renowned Caudron Brother's School of Aviation, where I earned my pilot’s license.
  • I later returned to the Caudron Brother's School of Aviation to study acrobatic flying.
  • In 1922, I became the first African-American woman in the United States to make a public flight.
  • There’s a custom on my birthday that involves African American aviators flying in formation over the cemetery in Chicago where I was laid to rest and dropping flowers on my grave site.
  • A roadway near Chicago’s O'Hare International Airport was named for me in 1990.


The capitalized words in each puzzle form a word when they are combined and their letters are unscrambled. Each puzzle provides a hint describing the solution formed by the capitalized words. All puzzle solutions are edible.

Edible Combos

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