**Q 1. Which cool treat is waiting for the girl at the end of the path?**

**Option:**

**A****B****C****D**

**Q 2. Can you figure out what comes next?**

**Option:**

**A****B****C****D**

**Q 3. How about this one? Can you figure out what comes next?**

**Option:**

**A****B****C**

**Q 4. Can you spot the red sunglasses?**

**Option:**

**A****B****C****D**

**Q 5. Time to hit the beach! Can you spot the one that’s different?**

**Option:**

**A****B****C****D**

**Q 6. It’s beach bum season! Can you figure out which beach is different?**

**Option:**

**A****B****C****D**

**Q 7. If you were stranded on an island and could only have three things… Can you spot the difference?**

**Option:**

**A****B****C****D**

**Q 8. School might be out, but can you solve this summer equation?**

**Option:**

**16****17****20****22**

**Q 9. Iris is flying to a tropical island that is 7 hours ahead of her timezone. If her flight departs at 8 in the morning and it takes 11 hours to reach her destination, what time will it be on the island when she lands?**

**Option:**

**9 in the evening****2 in the morning****4 in the afternoon****6 in the morning**

**Q 10. A merchant selling sunglasses can place 8 large boxes or 10 small boxes into a carton for shipping. In one shipment, he sent a total of 566 boxes of sunglasses. If there are more large boxes than small boxes, how many cartons did he ship?**

**Option:**

**63****69****79****81**

**Q 11. A man buys 52 coconuts, but some are lost on his way home. If he evenly divides the amount of coconuts he has left among four people, 3 coconuts are left. If he divides the coconuts among three people, 2 remain. And if he divides the coconuts among five people, he’s left with 2 coconuts. How many coconuts did he lose on his way home?**

**Option:**

**4****3****5****7****Q 12. Can you unscramble and identify this word? LUOIAGLDS**

**Option:**

**A country****A tree****A river****A flower**

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