Easy sudoku puzzles for the young and young at heart.
The basic rules of Sudoku are easy. Just place the digits from 1 to 9 in each empty cell. Each row, column, and 3 x 3 box must contain only one of each of the 9 digits.
All the puzzles on this site are easy to moderate in difficulty. Easy and Peasy levels are ideal for younger children (or grown-ups!) with shorter attention spans. Lemon puzzles are a little harder. Squeezy and Puddin'n'Pie puzzles are a little harder still. So from easiest to not quite so easy, the levels are Easy, Peasy, Lemon, Squeezy, and Puddin'n'Pie.
To print the puzzles use either the Print button below the grid, or if you want to print the pencilmarks as well, use the browser Print option under the File menu.
There are automatic pencilmarks that appear if you check the Pencilmarks box that show the remaining possible numbers for that cell.
Automatic pencilmark numbers update by themselves as you solve particular cells and cannot be edited manually.
If you prefer to enter your own pencilmarks, up to six digits can be entered in each cell. You can add symbols such as question marks as well.
To save any position, right-click on Permalink under the grid, and click Add To Favorites or Bookmark This Link. The position is saved as 81 digits at the end of the URL string, with hyphens used for empty cells.
Easy Sudoku posts five new puzzles every day. Each puzzle has a unique solution and can be solved with pure logic. Guessing is never required - but it may help!