Q 1. At the start of his journey, Seamus finds a maze that someone has dug in the snow. Can you help him find the path to the other side?

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• A
• B
• C
• D

Q 2. The hills are alive with woodland critters. Seamus even spots one of the animals that pull Santa’s sleigh. Can you see it too?

Option:
• A
• B
• C
• D

Q 3. Seamus finds a present that must have fallen off Santa’s sleigh. Which ribbon does he need to pull to open the parcel?

Option:
• A
• B
• C
• D

Q 4. The parcel contains a map that has been torn apart. Can you put the pieces back together?

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• BDAC
• DBAC

Q 5. There’s also a puzzle in the parcel. Which piece completes it?

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Q 6. Seamus stops by the town of Frostington, which is famous for its Christmas market. Can you spot him?

Option:
• A
• B
• C
• D

Q 7. Seamus checks into a hotel that offers bathtub’n’breakfast for snowmen. But to his astonishment, his room is full of cats! How many are there? Type your answer in below!

Q 8. Time for breakfast! But which of these ingredients should Seamus avoid at all cost?

Option:
• A
• B
• C
• D

Q 9. Back on the road, Seamus finds he has forgotten to pack something to drink. Can you help him find something to quench his thirst with?

Option:
• A
• B
• C
• D

Q 10. Seamus is amazed to find that an eagle must have crashed through this heap of snow at breakneck speed. Which of these mighty birds was the culprit?

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Q Alt 10. Seamus is amazed to find that an eagle must have crashed through this heap of snow at breakneck speed. Which of these mighty birds was the culprit?

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Q Alt 10-2. Seamus is amazed to find that an eagle must have crashed through this heap of snow at breakneck speed. Which of these mighty birds was the culprit?

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Q Alt 10-3. Seamus is amazed to find that an eagle must have crashed through this heap of snow at breakneck speed. Which of these mighty birds was the culprit?

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Q 11. The closer Seamus gets to the North Pole, the more magical things become. In this small town, a tile of reality has broken off. Can you pick the one that fits?

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Q 12. Seamus’ journey has taken its toll, and he needs some water for reconstructive surgery. He comes along this contraption. Can you tell which vessel will be filled first? Type in your answer below.

Q Alt 12. Seamus’ journey has taken its toll, and he needs some water for reconstructive surgery. He comes along this contraption. Can you tell which vessel will be filled first? Type in your answer below.

Q Alt 12-3. Seamus’ journey has taken its toll, and he needs some water for reconstructive surgery. He comes along this contraption. Can you tell which vessel will be filled first? Type in your answer below.

Q 13. Seamus stumbles upon four crates with provisions from an abandoned polar expedition. All but one are identical. Can you spot the odd one out?

Option:
• A
• B
• C
• D

Q 14. What a lovely sculpture! How many ice cubes is it made of? Enter your answer below.

Q 15. It’s noon, and Seamus seeks refuge from the sun in a cave. He notices that there’s a logic to the way the dripstones have formed. Can you figure it out and tell which combination of stalagmites and stalactites comes next in the sequence?

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Q 16. Seamus had a note with directions, but a contumelious squirrel ripped it apart. Can you put the pieces back together?

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Q 17. The final leg of Seamus’ journey requires some intricate navigational calculations. Can you solve this equation for him? Enter your result below.

Q Alt 17. The final leg of Seamus’ journey requires some intricate navigational calculations. Can you solve this equation for him? Enter your result below.

Q Alt 17-2. The final leg of Seamus’ journey requires some intricate navigational calculations. Can you solve this equation for him? Enter your result below.

Q Alt 17-3. The final leg of Seamus’ journey requires some intricate navigational calculations. Can you solve this equation for him? Enter your result below.

Q 18. What an adorable sight! How many baby seals / baby bears / polar foxes are there? Count them and enter your answer below!

baby seals: 45
baby bears: 7
polar foxes: 3

Q Alt 18. What an adorable sight! How many baby seals / baby bears / polar foxes are there? Count them and enter your answer below!

baby seals: 46
baby bears: 6
polar foxes: 3

Q Alt 18-2. What an adorable sight! How many baby seals / baby bears / polar foxes are there? Count them and enter your answer below!

baby seals: 47
baby bears: 6
polar foxes: 2

Q Alt 18-3. What an adorable sight! How many baby seals / baby bears / polar foxes are there? Count them and enter your answer below!

baby seals: 48
baby bears: 5
polar foxes: 2

Q 19. Seamus has arrived at the North Pole! He just needs to cross the water to get to his igloo. To avoid capsizing, he can only take his lightest suitcase on the raft. Which case should he pick?

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Q 20. Oh no! The igloo’s door is locked with a code. Can you decipher it and enter the last number? Type in your answer below.