Brain Exercise & Creativity Test -Can you read me
This is my brain exercise for the month of March; I will be giving away one heart to the first person to email me the correct answer. Please do not post the answer on the website but feel free to comment.
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Unfortunately there was only one winner for the month of february even though three hearts were offered to the first three winners.
The winner was University student Sharon Bowen from Massachusetts USA.
I have posted a new sentence in the exercise which will change each month.
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This exercise is based on one of my most memorable experiences as a teacher in the late sixties.
One of my eight year-old students was considered a slow learner and his writings were considered gibberish.
The class was asked to write a composition on the Emotion- Hate
The supposedly slow learner came to me with a big smile on his face and asked me to read his composition; of course it did look like gibberish,
“Sir let me read it for you” and he proceeded to read what was the most brilliant piece of writing I had ever seen from any student.
My headmaster thought I was playing games; “none of the children in this school are capable of such writing”, he declared.
After some investigation it turned his family belonged to a religious order that was anti-social except for among their own members
T also had the highest IQ in the school.
He engaged in creative patterns to all of his writings.
The letters below represent a sentence except there are no spaces between the words and there is a creative pattern to the letters.
Can you read the four- word sentence.
The eye is just as important as the brain.
Find the pattern and you will read the sentense
First clue 6 +7 + 2 + 8 = 23
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