Princess Sue's Puzzle Palace

Once upon a time, in a majestic castle, there lived a King named Charles. Charles loved games and he'd often play chess with his daughter, Princess Sue. Sue was a clever girl, who'd win every time. One day, a jester named Fergus arrived. He knew many riddles and Sue was quite intrigued. "What's large and majestic, yet fits in a shoe?" he asked. Sue thought and said, "A clue!" Fergus chuckled, "Close, but it's a blue lace." After that, they'd play a game of tongue-twisters each day. Sue's favourite was, "Fergus figures out five flags." They'd laugh and cheer, and the castle would echo with their glee. Every night, Sue would gaze at the stars, the echoes of laughter still ringing in her ears. And thus, her castle was full of games, joy and clues.

Answer these questions:

1. What was the name of the King in the story? 2. Who did the King like to play chess with? 3. What was the riddle that Fergus asked Princess Sue? 4. What was Sue's favorite tongue-twister? 5. What could be heard in the castle every night?

On one side, write the words ending with es and the other side, write the words ending with gue

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