Friday, October 1, 2010

Giddy Up Friday: Sudoku - Printables

WOW - Happy October! It's been way too long since I've posted something. I've been so busy this month - almost on the verge of a mental breakdown. And most of it has to do with my "craft room" being taken over by fabric, poly-fil stuffing and thread tornadoes! And driving massive amounts of time for school.

Regardless, I whipped up these sudoku puzzles for my daughter's kindergarten class and wanted to share them with all of my awesome readers! There are 2 levels and an answer key for both levels.

I would highly recommend you print them, cut out the shapes and trim up the board, and laminate them for more prolonged use! Before laminating it, you can put it on a piece of colored construction paper or scrapbooking paper, and glue the answer key on the back so you don't lose it!

If you'd like a third level, drop me a line and let me know! Check back for more holiday versions coming soon! Thanks for reading and sharing a link, but please don't copy my work.

EDIT: 10.15.2014 - A 3rd Level has been requested. If you'd like the 3rd and 4th levels, as well as some blank boards and all the pieces, please visit the More Sudoku Puzzles post.


Merry said... [Reply]

Totally cool! This is a great idea for teaching the little ones their colours, shapes and logical, all at the same time!
Will pass on to my 'kidgiddy' friends.
BTW love the name of this site :)

BlueCat said... [Reply]

Fantastic sudoku! Thank you very much.
I'm a teacher and am always looking for new games for my very little students.
Thanks again and if you have time to create a third level, that would be nice.
Thanks again

Kiera said... [Reply]

I just found your blog and love it. I found it while trying to research ways to get my daughter to stop sucking her thumb. I read one of your previous posts where you were doing a thumb guard give away each month...are you still doing that? if so when is the next one? I just missed the first Sat in October :( (I saw them on etsy and want to buy one but can't afford it right now so I was hoping to get lucky on one of your give aways) I do love the blog and all of the great ideas!!! Thanks

Zach said... [Reply]

I love the sudoku shapes. Those will be great printables for my kids. You have an awesome blog!

Ces said... [Reply]

this is awesome. Thank you. I will share this with my daughter's class.

Sassy said... [Reply]

These are awesome! I think they'd be great too, for seniors I visit in our local senior living center. They might not remember the number relationships, but I'll bet they'd "get" the color and shape concept, for logic practice. Thanks so much!

Jen said... [Reply]

These are great! What a fun way to work with geometric shapes while using thinking skills.

Creative and Curious Kids!

aunt noelle said... [Reply]

Many thanks...would greatly appreciate a 3rd level!

Kelly @ said... [Reply]

Thank you for sharing these! My daughter will love it. Just pinned it!

Kerry_Kid Giddy said... [Reply]

@Kelly @

Hi Kelly, Thanks for pinning it and for taking time to leave a comment! -kg

Unknown said... [Reply]

These are awesome, thanks a bunch! I just came across them because they were put as a link to your blog on a teachers FB page in NZ :) Did you end up making the higher level one?
Thanks again.

Unknown said... [Reply]

Love it thank you n bless u for sharing

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