Challenges 15 & 16: Mythical Mazes and Ruling the World

The next challenges in our 50 Challenges for 50 Years Anniversary Challenge Book are A-maze-ing! The first one comes from Christopher Berg of Amazeing Art, a website that promotes both structured and creative thinking through the complex maze puzzles available there. They’re even used in Ben & Jerry’s commercials! The second puzzle gets you thinking about what it would be like to rule the world!

 

Challenges 15 & 16: Mythical Mazes and Ruling the World

Can you decipher one of the Wonders of the Ancient World? The statue of the Zeus at Olympia has been transformed into a complex maze that will have you scratching your brain cells!

What would it be like to rule the world? How would your life change? What rules would you impose for your subjects to live their lives by? Brood over these questions with our sixteenth challenge!

 

 

Members can download the full 50 Challenges for 50 Years book free of charge (normally £7.50).

A hard copy of the full 50 Challenges for 50 Years is also available for £15.00 (including postage and packaging to UK addresses).

You can track your progress using the Challenge Chart. Once you’ve completed as many challenges as you can, send your chart and the answer to or result of the challenge you enjoyed the most to amazingchildren@potentialplusuk.org and we’ll send you a certificate!

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2020-03-12T14:39:25+00:00July 24th, 2017|Categories: Challenges, Learning Activities|Tags: , , |
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