# 9x9 Sudoku Puzzles #1

Download free printable Sudoku worksheet. The printable PDF file will include students worksheet and the answer sheet (if required).

Subject: Sudoku   Format: .pdf

### Related worksheets:

Sudoku Puzzles  are one of those fun games that kids and grown ups love to play and solve over and over. They develop logical skills as well as learn how to focus. Teachers and parents can use these  games as educational as well as entertaining resources.

Printable Sudoku Puzzles come with different levels of difficulty and variations with number of grids. This 9x9 grid ranging from 1 - 9 is a normal level. They need to fill each row, column and square box with numbers from 1 to 9.

Some squares are already filled and the blank squares are to be filled while solving these puzzles. There is one puzzle per page, and can be printed on letter size paper. Answer sheet is attached for each puzzle.

Please note that all the freebies are for personal use only and should not be distributed by any means. You cannot sell the product itself or the printouts.

Please feel free to link back to this page when sharing on website or blog posts or use the hashtag #a1worksheets when sharing on instagram or other social media sites.

Package: 9x9 Sudoku Puzzles #1

To convert PDF files into JPG or PNG, check this online File Format Converter tool, and for unzipping the compressed zip files, try this online Unzip tool.

### You may also like:

• Tracing the Letters C c

Tracing the Letter C is a free printable alphabet tracing worksheet for uppercase and lowercase letter C for Kindergarten and Preschool students.

• Basic Math Division Problem #2

Free Printable Worksheets to practice Basic Math Division. These worksheets where you need to do basic division are perfect for First and Second Graders.

• Connect the Dots - Easter Bunny

Perfect activity for Easter, this Easter Bunny - Connect the Dots puzzle lets kids connect the dots to solve this fun puzzle. Have the little ones practice connecting the dots while counting by 1's and connect 1 to 2 to 3 and so on.