Sudoku Competition in Grades IV and V

The second Math Sudoku Competition was organized for learners of Grades IV and V.
We had 27 learners from Grades IV and V who had qualified for the Final round. It was amazing to see these young champions in Sudoku solve puzzles with great accuracy and speed!

Sudoku is a fun, Japanese puzzle game. It requires the player to fill in the 9×9 square grids with the numbers one to nine. The numbers should be arranged in such a way that each row, column and mini-grid contains one of each number. For solving Sudoku, you don’t need to have any knowledge beforehand — it’s not like a crossword where you have to know trivia. It’s a puzzle that exercises your brain by getting you to think logically about how to place numbers in boxes within a grid. A “good” Sudoku puzzle has only one solution and a single error in a Sudoku throws the whole game out.

The objective of the event was to build our learners’ critical thinking skills and confidence in their abilities to complete challenging tasks. Learners showcased their extraordinary talent by participating in this Sudoku competition thereby making the atmosphere pleasant. The Sudoku-solving skills of contestants were tested through the regular CLASSICAL Sudoku.

We are pleased to announce the winners of the competition:

Grade IV
  • Daksh Agarwal
  • Deeva Sethi
Grade V
  • Triaksh Shah
  • Raina Shah
We congratulate all the winners as well as the participants for showcasing their interest and putting in special efforts in this one-of-a-kind competition.