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This is suitable for Year 1, 2 and 3 pupils to arrange the numbers in order to make the picture complete. It's fun to try!

Sudoku Tips

**Basic Strategy**

There are two basic strategies that you can use:

1) Find the only possible position of a number in a group (or row, or column), e.g.:

In the third group, consider the only possible position of the number 9:

1) Find the only possible position of a number in a group (or row, or column), e.g.:

In the third group, consider the only possible position of the number 9:

As the first two rows of this group already have 9's, the only possible position of a 9 in this group is in the remaining block of the third row:

2) Find the only possible number that can appear in a block, e.g.:

Consider the highlighted block:

Consider the highlighted block:

It cannot be 2, 3, 4, 5 (because they are in the same group), it cannot be 6, 7, 8, 9 (because they are in the same row), the only possible number is 1:

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