Printable Sudoku - An Easy Start For Puzzled Kids and their Parents |
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Variation You can EITHER use each Sudoku for kids Puzzle as a normal number puzzle OR by looking at the solutions PDF file create a 4 X 4 grid on your dining table (try tape and don't forget to use thicker lines to highlight the corners of the grid ) then use pieces of fruit instead of the numbers...for example:
Each number 1 could be an APPLE
Each number 2 could be a BANANA
Each number 3 could be a STRAWBERRY
Each number 4 could be an ORANGE
(You of course will need four pieces of each fruit to complete the puzzle!)
Sudoku Rules: Complete the table so that it contains the numbers 1 to 4...but only once in each row...as well as only once in each column AND once in each sectioned corner group of 4.
EASY SUDOKU PAGE 1 |
EASY SUDOKU PAGE 2 |
PDF Versions
Variation You can EITHER use each Sudoku for kids Puzzle as a normal number puzzle OR by looking at the solutions PDF file create a 4 X 4 grid on your dining table (try tape and don't forget to use thicker lines to highlight the corners of the grid ) then use colored items instead of the numbers...for example:
Each number 1 could be RED
Each number 2 could be GREEN
Each number 3 could be BLUE
Each number 4 could be YELLOW
(You of course will need four of each colored item to complete the puzzle!)
Sudoku Rules: Complete the table so that it contains the numbers 1 to 4...but only once in each row...as well as only once in each column AND once in each sectioned corner group of 4.
MEDIUM EASY SUDOKU PAGE 1 |
MEDIUM SUDOKU PAGE 2 |
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Variation You can EITHER use each Sudoku Sudoku for kids Puzzle as a normal number puzzle OR by looking at the solutions PDF file create a 4 X 4 grid on your dining table (try tape and don't forget to use thicker lines to highlight the corners of the grid ) then use shaped items instead of the numbers...for example:
Each number 1 could be SQUARE
Each number 2 could be CIRCLE
Each number 3 could be TRIANGLE
Each number 4 could be RECTANGLE
(You of course will need four of each shaped item to complete the puzzle!)
Sudoku Rules: Complete the table so that it contains the numbers 1 to 4...but only once in each row...as well as only once in each column AND once in each sectioned corner group of 4.
HARDER SUDOKU PAGE 1 |
HARDER SUDOKU PAGE 2 |
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Variation You can EITHER use each Puzzle as a normal number puzzle OR by looking at the solutions PDF file create a 4 X 4 grid on your dining table (try tape and don't forget to use thicker lines to highlight the corners of the grid ) then use plastic cutlery (and cups) instead of the numbers...for example:
Each number 1 could be a plastic FORK
Each number 2 could be a plastic KNIFE
Each number 3 could be a plastic SPOON
Each number 4 could be a plastic CUP
(You of course will need four of each plastic item to complete the puzzle!)
Sudoku Rules: Complete the table so that it contains the numbers 1 to 6...but only once in each row...as well as only once in each column AND once in each sectioned group of 6.
HARDEST SUDOKU PAGE 1 |
HARDEST SUDOKU PAGE 2 |
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Variation You can EITHER use each Sudoku Sudoku for kids Puzzle as a normal number puzzle OR by looking at the solutions PDF file create a 6 X 6 grid on your dining table (try tape and don't forget to use thicker lines to highlight the sections of the grid ) then use letters or symbols or even names/words instead of the numbers
Each number 1 could be the letter A
Each number 2 could be the letter B
Each number 3 could be the letter C
Each number 4 could be the letter D
Each number 5 could be the letter E
Each number 6 could be the letter F
(You of course will need six of each letter to complete the puzzle!)
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Puzzle Activities
It really is worth getting your kids into puzzle activities like sudoku for kids if it is at all possible.Puzzle and problem solving is
- excellent exercise for kids brains...
- promotes creativity...
- enhances logic and even lateral thinking...
Problem Solving Advice
Keep a pencil and paper handy ...oh and maybe even an eraser.Get your kids to read or look at the problem ensuring they understand what it is they are trying to do.
Next look for clues given in the problem.
Get them to try an answer and then see if it fits in with the existing 'data'.
If they are stuck just try any answer...rather than just looking at the problem...pointing out why it might be wrong.
Puzzle Resources
As mentioned above- something to write with
- something to correct mistakes with
- some paper to doodle on
Setting Up
Usually the great thing about puzzles and 'entertainment' problems is the lack of setting up...of course when it's for our kids and they are only beginners then a quite comfortable place is essential. Then maybe some thought has to be put into how the puzzle is presented to them.Focus/Concentration
Make sure the environment your kids are placed in enables them to concentrate and focus on the activity given to them...no TV or other noises to distract them...it's a skill that has to be developed and will pay dividends in the long run when they have to do exams at school.Math Games for kids
Finished kungfusing the kids yet? - heat things up and give them a grilling - play some math games| About Us | Contact Us | Affiliate Disclosure |
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