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BAMBOO SUDOKU

$19.99
12 in stock
Curbside Pickup Available or home delivery on in-town orders*

Recommended for ages 9+ years

Save paper and pencil by doing your Sudoku on this nifty little peg board. Each playing piece has black and white numbers on either end, so you can do the set-up in one color and your solving with the other. This classic logic-based puzzle game is made completely of bamboo and recycled materials. The set comes with a booklet of Sudoku puzzles, and you can also use puzzles from other books, the newspaper, etc. The pieces and booklet neatly pack away into the playing board/storage box, and we recommend setting it up on a high table away from curious little fingers. The pegs are small and they balance in the circle cut-outs on the board for easy arranging. It's a different, more tactile experience physically moving your numbers around the grids instead of sketching/erasing and we like it!

 

  • Bamboo Sudoku is a classic, logic-based puzzle game made completely of bamboo and recycled materials from Project Genius®.
  • Set comes with a booklet of Sudoku puzzles and all the pieces necessary to play and learn.
  • Work a Sudoku puzzle step-by-step, without leaving a footprint. This set is made of eco-friendly bamboo so you can clear your conscience and focus on the challenge in front of you.
  • This Sudoku set is constructed from solid wood, making this a high quality item for anyone looking for wood gifts.
  • Use this Sudoku set with the puzzles provided in the booklet or with other puzzles you find in books and magazines.
  • Bamboo Sudoku set measures 6 x 6 x 1 inches (LxWxH).
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