Thursday, April 16, 2009

Book Review: Kindergarten Sudoku by Peter and Nicola Kattan

Good morning Bloggerville fans. Zebee here with a really fun book today.

Kidergarten Zudoku by Peter and Nicola Kattan is a great way to learn sudoku. My boss Joy tried to figure out sudoku about a year ago and gave up. When this book came her way, she learned it real fast. Here’s her review:

Kindergarten Sudoku is a fun easy way to learn sudoku. Instead of 9x9 adult sudoku square puzzles, you have 4x4 square puzzles. There are several different varieties of the game incorporated in the book as well. There’s Classic - with numbers, Alphabet – with letters, Animal – with cats, dogs and fish, Shapes – basic shapes of circles, squares, triangles and stars and Symbols – sun, smiley face, heart and the universal symbol for “no”.
The book starts with basic instructions and terminology and of course the rules of sudoku. There are also several step by step ‘show and tell’ type puzzles that walk you through how to play this game.

There are easy, medium and hard puzzles, just like in adult sudoku books. All the answers to all the puzzlesa are at the back of the book. There is also a score sheet and a page to write notes.

A very entertaining way to teach your youngster deductive reasoning, which is after all what sudoku is all about.

This book is available right here fron Amazon.

Check out Peter and Nicola’s website, Kidergarten Sudoku and have some fun!
See you Sunday with more zoo news.
posted by Zebee aka Joy Delgado
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carolina said...

You might check Domo-Sudoku if you are looking for sudoku puzzles for kids.