Free Printable / November 24, 2018 / Katheryn Erickson
There are free printable Sudoku puzzles for children as well as adults. What is Sudoku? It is a logical kind of Japanese puzzle. The rules of this mathematical game are simple. The object of the game is to place a digit from 1 to 9 in each empty cell so that every column every row and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 to 9 (without repeating). Obviously you start out with some of the cells already completed. There is only one solution for each puzzle. If the regular Sudoku puzzle isn t challenging enough for you Giant Sudoku or Big Sudoku might be of interest. If you prefer working with letters rather than numbers Giant Sudoku might be a good version of this game for you. The object of the game is to fill each empty cell so that each row each column and every 5x5 box contains the letters A-Y.
Simply take a Halloween version of a free printable Halloween card and fill the back fold with a predetermined amount of candy and seal the open sides with a cute little Halloween sticker. Now you are ready to keep the ghosts and goblins happy on Halloween night and avoid cleaning due soaked toilet paper from your trees the next day. Idea #2 Along the same lines as idea number one...use free printable greeting cards to make Birthday party gift bags. Quarter fold greeting cards can be used to hold all those little trinkets that are handed out at the end of a Birthday party.
If you are using Word or Photoshop you will need to decide if you are going to make a quarter fold card or a half fold card. If you make a half fold greeting card you will need two pages one page for the front and back and one page for the inside of the card. Once you have your design done and are ready to print you will need to print the front page first then put the front page back in the printer usually face up and print the inside of the card. That s it. The quarter fold method of free printable greeting cards is not hard at all. For this type of card you can see that your front image goes on the right top the back of the card is on the left top.