TRIZ Textbooks:  CID Course for Children, 1-1W4
Topic 4.  How to find out? 
     (Organs of Perception)
Fairy Tales School:
Course of Creative Imagination Development (CID), 
1st Grade, 1st Semester, Children Workbook
Natalia V. Rubina, 1999 [published in Russian]
English translation by Irina Dolina, May 23, 2000
Technical Editing by Toru Nakagawa, Feb. 28, 2001
Published in this "TRIZ Home Page in Japan" in English on Feb. 28, 2001 under the permission of the Author. 
(C) N.V.Rubina, I. Dolina, T. Nakagawa, 2001

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Topic 4.  How to find out?
(Organs of Perception)

     Emil and Losharic went on a trip.  The day was fine and not windy.  The friends were going along the road.
     -  Let's play the game 'Hide and seek', - suggested Losharic. - Let me hide!
     -  Don't run away far and don't jump on the trees!
     The game was very funny.  It is very convenient to hide in the forest.  No wonder that the friends didn't notice how the time had passed.  It was time to go home.  But the trouble was that neither Emil nor Losharic could remember where to go.  The forest around  was thick, strange; the path they had come was lost.  They lost their way.
     How to help the friends?

Solve the riddle and you will learn who can help  solving this problem.

Olya is looking at the cat. 
At the pictures of the tale. 
And for that Olya needs  .... 
There is a pasty before Olya.
It has a fried side.
Take a bite at a pasty ... 
tasty? - will say ...
Olya is listening in the forest 
how  the cuckoos  cries.
And for that Olya needs ... 
Mother  in the kitchen
is preparing a tray.
What is on the tray will tell us ...
Olya touches the snow - 
It is cold to touch.
And for that Olya needs ...


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