Christmas Suduko is a spin on the traditional Suduko game. If you’ve ever played Suduko, you know it is a fun brain-teasing game and it makes for great filler time!
Christmas Suduko will follow the same rules as normal Suduko. However, instead of using numbers, players will be spelling the word “Snowflake”.
If you’ve never played Suduko before, here is a general outline of how it works.
How to Play Christmas Suduko
The Christmas Suduko board game is made up of nine 3×3 squares. The goal of the game is to find the missing letters in each row, column and 3×3 box.
Each separate row, column, and box will be comprised of the letters found in the word “snowflake”. The letters of the word will not repeat each other in any row, column or box.
To play, simply set the game out with provided pencils (no pens!) and let guests test their brain by completing the party game.
Alternately, you could make this game into a competition by setting a time limit and seeing how far each of your party guests get in the game. The person or persons that complete the most correct boxes win.
To download your free Christmas Suduko game, simply hit the button below. And don’t forget to check out my Christmas Game bundle (the emoji game is my favorite ? )!
Check out my other Christmas games and activities:
- Christmas Feud
- 12 Days of Christmas
- Christmas Word Search
- All Things Christmas
- Christmas Song Emojis
- Christmas Song Lyrics
- Holiday Gift Exchange
- Christmas Word Scramble