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I love SuDoKu. I’m one of those people who buys those books of SuDoKu and goes through them in order. Okay okay, sometimes I skip the “impossible” ones. They’re called impossible for a reason, after all. I just really like activities that promote thinking. And SuDoKu is great for deductive reasoning. It’s such a valuable skill that I think playing SuDoKu daily would be worth it.
How to Set Up the Spring SuDoKu
All in all, you can hand the entire sheet over and let them cut the pieces out! Otherwise, to get ready, just cut out the pieces and hand it over. With the younger ones I might try to help them find the first piece. But I’ve found they usually figure out the concept pretty quickly.
Each row and column may only have one of each image type in it. The board is also separated into four quadrants and each quadrant can only have one of each image. So the challenge is to figure out how you can arrange the pieces so that there is only one of each image in each row, column, and quadrant.
Just keep adding the pictures until you’ve got the puzzle complete! You can glue the pieces down for a one-time use or keep the pieces around to do the puzzle over and over again!