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Sudoku puzzle for kids

Sudoku is a fairly popular puzzle of the 21st century. Sudoku is more often presented as a puzzle for adults or schoolchildren. But Sudoku can be played by young children or preschoolers, since in fact, solving Sudoku does not require special knowledge or vocabulary. It is enough to be able to visually distinguish symbols in cells and to think logically. Therefore, this puzzle is available for people of all ages.

Solving Sudoku develops:

- memory,
- logical thinking,
- spatial relationships.

The game improves the child's memory. Memory and logic interact constantly when a child is solving Sudoku. The child uses his memory to memorize pictures when he uses logic to think over the next empty cell.

Logical thinking is the ability to "act in the mind." Developed logical thinking is not only successful education at school, but also the ability to draw conclusions, choose a way to solve problems, "go through life in the right direction."

Gradually, mastering logical operations (analysis, synthesis, comparison, generalization, concretization, abstraction, systematization, classification), the child becomes more attentive, learns to think clearly and clearly, knows how to concentrate on the essence of the problem at the right time, explain his choice.

Very easy Sudoku is a puzzle. The goal of the puzzle is to fill in the empty cells with the missing figures so that in each row and in each column, each figure appears only once. Sudoku - translated from Japanese "su" - "number", "dock" - standing apart. " In the classic Sudoku game, there are 9 rows of 9 cells (81 cells in total), which also form 9 blocks - 3 x 3 of 3 in a row. The principle of this game was invented by the mathematician Leonard Euler in the 18th century. Since the 70s of the 20th century, this game has become very popular all over the world.

In children's sudoku online, the number of cells is reduced: 4 rows of 4 cells (total of 16 cells) and 4 blocks - 2 x 2, 2 in a row. It can consist of a field: 3 rows of 3 cells (9 cells in total). The rules remain the same: you need to arrange the missing pieces according to the Sudoku rules: they should not be repeated in a vertical row, in a horizontal row and in each of the small 2 x 2 blocks. At the beginning of the game, some fields are already filled with images. Therefore, it is necessary to find out which image is suitable for which square. In Sudoku, there is always only one correct solution.