These 4x4 Sudoku for Kids are set to a general difficulty level suitable for kids ages 4 to 8 (PreK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades).
They are easy and perfect for beginners to get acquainted with the dynamics and rules of the game. Even adults can use them to learn how to play Sudoku puzzles before graduating to the 9x9 grids!
The rules are simple: the kids must fill the blanks using only logic while paying attention not to repeat a digit in the same row or column. Each Sudoku puzzle has only one possible solution. The numbers allocated at the beginning of each puzzle are the clues to unveil it. No guessing is allowed! Sudoku is a game of logic.
These Sudoku for Kids are also printable if the adult in charge also wants to add the improvement of writing skills to the benefits of playing these puzzles.
The rules of 4x4 Sudoku puzzles are the same as with traditional Sudoku grids. Only the number of cells and digits to be placed are different.
1. The numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 must occur only once in each column.
2. The numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 must occur only once in each row
3. The clues allocated at the beginning of the puzzle cannot be changed or moved.
4. Fill the grid using only logic. No guessing is allowed!
- After selecting a cell on the grid, use the number pad on the right side or the device’s keyboard to choose and place a number.
- Click on delete on the keyboard or use the eraser symbol below the numbers pad to delete an entry.
- The numbers on the grid will turn red to indicate a mistake. Cells will also be highlighted in red when there is a repetition already clear and visible on the grid.
- Select a cell and click on the button “Hint” to find its solution. The number allocated by the hint cannot be changed or deleted afterwards.
- Click on the button “New Game” to restart the grid or try a new puzzle.
Put your mental skills to the test with these simple number puzzles! Logic and focus are the only requirements. 4x4 Sudoku for Kids puzzles are the first step on the path to becoming a Sudoku Master! Just remember: no guessing!