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This week I’m excited to share my newest printable – a St. Patrick’s Sudoku Puzzle! Hopefully your children will have the luck of the Irish as they work to complete these fun little puzzles.
Note: This and other St. Patrick’s printables can be found on my St. Patrick’s Day Activities for Kids page.
Sudoku is a great way to exercise one’s brain with fun, engaging, puzzles that stimulate critical thinking and cognitive skills. The goal of Sudoku is to fill in a 9×9 grid such that each row, column, and 3×3 sub-grid includes one and only one of each digit from 1 to 9. Depending on the number of blank spots in the Sudoku puzzle, the difficulty can range from quite easy to extremely challenging.
In the St. Patrick’s Sudoku Puzzle I am sharing today, I have made the game kid-friendly by adapting it to use pictures instead of numbers. In the download, I have included three playing boards that have been shrunk to a 4×4 grid in order to make the game age appropriate for young children. I have also included one bonus board that uses a 9×9 grid to provide some extra challenge for kids who are ready for it.
Here is a sneak peak at the four St. Patrick’s Sudoku puzzles included in the download:
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More St. Patrick’s Day resources
More St. Patrick’s Day posts from Gift of Curiosity:
- Books about St. Patrick’s Day
- Magic leprechaun rocks
- St. Patrick’s Day sensory bin
- Build a 3D rainbow
- Rainbow do-a-dot printable
- Magic fizzing shamrocks
- St. Patrick’s Day Printables Pack
- St. Patrick’s Day do-a-dot printables
- St. Patrick’s Day coloring pages
Find more St. Patrick’s Day printables on my St. Patrick’s Day Activities for Kids page and my St. Patrick’s Day Pinterest board.
Love the St Patrick’s Sudoku. I particularly liked the way kids can cut out the missing tile from your pdf, and place it in the right place. This also means they can move it if they realise it’s in the wrong place. The kids I tried it with wanted to draw the pictures in place though!