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How to Make Your Own 4x4 Sudoku Puzzle


 Step 1: Blank 4x4 Sudoku Grid

To begin, you will need to print a blank sudoku worksheet.
Best to pick the number in order: 1, 2, 3, and 4.

We will start with the number "1", until all the 1s are in the puzzle.

Let's make our own 4x4 Sudoku Puzzle!
   
 Step 2: Fill all "1"s in the Puzzle.

You can create a imaginary red line across the row, so it will help you block out where the number does not belong in the row.

? ? You can put a 1 in one of these boxes.
   
 

Next: You can create a imaginary red line down the column, so it will help you block out where the number does not belong in the column.

? ? You can put a 1 in one of these boxes.




   
 Again, you can create a imaginary red line across the row, and down the column, so it will help you block out where the number does not belong.

There is only 1 place you can put the number. Go ahead, and add your last number 1.

Great! You have added all the number 1s in the puzzle.
   
 Step 3: Repeat Step 2

1. Repeat until all "2"s in the puzzle.


   
  
   
  
   
 2. Repeat until all "3"s in the puzzle.


   
  
   
  
   
 Step 4: Fill in the Blanks

All the blank boxes are now the number "4".

Go ahead and fill all the blank boxes with the number "4".
   
  
   
  
   
 Step 4: Puzzle Completed

Good Job! Now, you can make your own puzzles
with these simple steps!

Don't forget to print a blank sudoku worksheet.

Have fun!



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