Prepare to dish out clever witticisms because today, you’re Eeyore! Much to your dismay, it’s not a lovely day because you’ve lost your tail yet again. You think it’s not much of a tail, but you’re sort of attached to it—and you’re feeling a little lonely without it. The search might take a day or two, but you’re up for the challenge! See if you can search far and wide in the Hundred Acre Wood and find your beloved tail:
What was your initial reaction to losing your tail?
Who do you consult with to help find your tail?
What’s the reward if someone finds your tail?
Which of these do you accept as a replacement tail?
Think hard. Where’s the last place you remember still having your tail?
Time for action! How do you begin your search?
Where in the Hundred Acre Wood do you search for the tail?
It’s been hours and still no tail. Do you continue the search?
What’s the first thing you’re going to do with your tail if and when you find it?
You found your lost tail!
Turn that frown upside-down! Your tail is back where it should be, and all is well. Celebrate by having a massive jar of honey with Pooh Bear and friends!
You didn’t find your lost tail.
It’s all for naught—looks like you might have to settle with a balloon as a tail. Or you can pick yourself back up, round up a search group with Pooh Bear and friends, and try again!