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    Ask the shop keeper?

    Maybe the pond is in a shop?

    ETA: I just re read the garden pond bit ... Hmmmm

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    Will you find out the answer today?

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    Ok, yes the answer to the fishmonger one is that he weighs fish!

    And yes to the clever people that said the seas on the moon/the Sea of Tranquility, because you are an astronaut!

    As for the one in the OP, I still have no idea! And won't find out til Monday!

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    Now we have to think of four sentences that include the words Christianity, Buddhism, Islam and Judaism! He doesn't even know what they all mean exactly! (Neither do I LOL). Such hard homework....

    Shouldn't have left it to last minute! Naughty naughty!
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    Could it be that none live "in" the pond they just swim there? I'm looking at the trick aspect but it's hard, I did work out the other two which were quite cool but hard for year 4 I would have thought! Really want to know the answer now!

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    Subbing because I need to know the answer!! Its going to be a long weekend...

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    Subbing to find out the answer too

    Although I do think mrsOC is onto something!

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    Ahhhh and now I'm thinking tadpoles! I'm obsessed with this question!

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    Subbing to find out the answer

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    Subbing because I need to know too. Plus it's very likely my girls will get the same question at some stage. They have one of those questions as part of their homework all the time.

    This weeks is easy though. "What is the difference between here and there?" I have to admit when looked at it I did have a couple of seconds of huh? Then I realised.


 

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