I had heard about Sudoku about 5 years ago. I didn’t understand it and I really wasn’t interested. It didn’t look easy and I was comfortable with my word finds.
In our August printed events calendar, we featured an alphabet Sudoku. I asked how I can solve it. I worked through it and when I was finished with it I was hooked for life!
I want to invite you to get hooked also. Not only do we have books that can teach you how to be a Sudoku Master, we also have Sudoku Mysteries and much more. Increase your brain power while you’re at it and get to the history of Sudoku.
Here are some simple instructions to get you started.
Start by filling in the boxes so that every row, column and 3x3 mini –grid contains each digit from 1 to 9 once.
Use a pencil so you can erase any mistakes
Don’t rush—there’s no time limit.
Of course, the numbers that are already given cannot change
Keep in mind, there is one correct solution for each puzzle.
Using these tips, you can now get started!