WELCOME TO THE EOI CHRISTMAS TREASURE HUNTYou’ll have to complete 9 different tasks to win the game. When you finishone task, give it to the teacher, who will check it. If you did it right, she’llstamp your passport so that you can go to another room, where you’ll get thenext task. GOOD LUCK!TASK 1HIDDEN NUMBERS. Each word below has the lettersnecessary to spell a number. But the letters are nottogether and possible not in the right order. And…some letters are not necessary.Find the numbers in the words. A is an example.A. SNOOZE one F. WROTE ………….B. FAVORITE …………. G. EXERCISE ………….C. TWINE …………. H. TIGHEST ………….D. COIFFURE …………. I. ETHEREAL ………….E. FROZE …………. J. BEGINNING ………….
TASK 2Look at the maps below and write the country andthe nationality.1 23 45 6
TASK 3FLAGS. Below you have the flags of four differentcountries. Use the crayons on the desks and colorthem.Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. We’ll give you a new sheet if necessary!
TASK 4RIDDLES. Below you have seven riddles that youmust solve to continue playing. The answers are inthe first box, but some are not necessary!Potential answers:A PENNY A NURSERY LUNCH AND DINNER GODJULY ALL MEAT AND FISH A SNAKEA WATERMELON I C FISH AND CHIPSFEBRUARY THE ECHO A DOG ENumber Riddle Answer1 What month has 28 days?2 What two things do people never eatbefore breakfast?3 I can speak all the languages in the world.Who am I?4 What letter of the alphabet is a part ofyour face?5 I’m the beginning of the end and the endof time and space. I’m essential tocreation and I surround every place. Whatam I?6 There was a green house. Inside the greenhouse there was a white house. Inside thewhite house there was a red house. Insidethe red house there were lots of babies.What is it?7 What has a head, a tail, is brown and hasno legs?
TASK 5RIDDLE. Solve this riddle.A DOCTOR AND A BOY ARE FISHING IN THE RIVER. THE BOY IS THE DOCTOR’SSON BUT THE DOCTOR IS NOT THE BOY’S FATHER. WHO IS THE DOCTOR?Answer: …………………………………………….
TASK 6THE PRESS (part 1). Here are the names of six Britishnewspapers. Form their names by putting togetherthe pieces in the puzzle.The Morning The DAILY TimesMirror Financial Mail Times TheThe Sun Sunday The DailyThe StarLIST OF BRITISH NEWSPAPERS:1. _____________________________________2. _____________________________________3. _____________________________________4. _____________________________________5. _____________________________________6. _____________________________________
TASK 7THE PRESS (part 2). Use the newspapers andmagazines on the desks to answer the followingquestions.SOURCE QUESTION PAGE ANSWERUs Weekly How much money did KristenSteward earn last year?Glamour How much is a metallic leathersatchel?Metro What’s Alec Baldwin’s new wife’sname?TheScotsmanWhat’s the speed limit on Scottishmotorways?TheGuardianWhat’s the North Korean leader’sname?
TASK 8CHRISTMAS GREETINGS. In English-speaking countriessuch as the US or the UK (almost) everybody wouldunderstand Merry Christmas. But in those countriesthere are people who speak other languages. Belowyou have some of those languages and their way ofsaying Merry Christmas.Match the Christmas greetings to the right language.CHRISTMAS GREETINGS LANGUAGESNadolig IlawenNollaig ChridheilMeri KirihimeteMele KalikimakaMiri KirijimijiHawaiianMaoriScottish GaelicWarlpiri (Australian Aboriginal language)WelshAnwers:GREETING LANGUAGENadolig IlawenNollaig ChridheilMeri KirihimeteMele KalikimakaMiri Kirijimiji
TASK 9MEMORY EXERCISE. Below you have a popular EnglishChristmas poem.Memorize it as a group and tell it together to theteacher.I WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMASAND A HAPPY NEW YEAR;A POCKET FULL OF MONEYAND A CELLAR FULL OF BEER,AND A GREAT FAT PIGTO LAST YOU ALL THE YEAR.