Sudoku is a great activity to sharpen the mind. The object of Sudoku is to fill in the empty spaces of a 9x9 grid with numbers 1-9 in such a manner that every row, every column and every 3x3 box contains all numbers 1 through 9. It's fun and challenging for all ages. We also have 4x4 Sudoku for younger kids and 16x16 (Hexadoku) Sudoku for the enthusiast who wants a real challenge!
Choose from a large single puzzle, 4 medium or 9 small puzzles per page. You can also choose your difficulty and page title. After printing the puzzle(s), simply close the window and generate and print the KEY for that Sudoku.
Fun Addition: Our printed puzzles are highly customizable and can also be printed with 'candidates' (i.e. available numbers for each cell) and we also compile a list of the strategies that it takes to solve each Sudoku Puzzle that you can add to each puzzle.
If you have comments or suggestions, please use the comments at the bottom of this page. We evaluate all comments to help make our puzzle makers better so you will keep coming back for more!
COMMON CONCERNS/QUESTIONS: (from the box below - keep comments coming)
1. Q: Regenerate multiple pages, same difficulty? A: Just choose difficulty level for each puzzle, create the puzzle(s) - it opens in a new window. Print these puzzles. Show Key, Print the Key. Click "Regenrate Puzzles" Button to get another page of puzzles.
2. Q: I like the size of the old ones better. A: EVERYTING is 100% adjustable. The left menu has a ton of options, make the puzzles bigger/smaller, change the font size, show cadidates, colors, thicker lines for poor vision, thinner lines to save ink. Show the exact difficulty score, Show the strategies required to solve each puzzle (more info on this coming soon), Play around with all of the options/buttons/sliders in the blue menu to see how you can customize your puzzles.
3. Q: I like how I used to be able to print 4 puzzles, please add that back. A: You still can print 4 puzzles - choose "4 Puzzles" in the options - it's in there. All 4 (even up to 9) WILL fit onto 1 page. If yours is printing to 2 pages (then your margins are bigger), just adjust the cells to be a tiny bit smaller (Grid Colors and Sizes > Puzzle Cell Size - slide it left). Lot of comments about this, so I am addressing it - even though the option is definitely there.
4. Q: Why the change? It is slower and more cumbersome. A: SEVERAL reasons: