Happy Kids Tic Tac Sudoku
A wooden board with colourful playing blocks that gives you hands-on versions of the classic games, Tic Tac Toe and Sudoku!
What will I get?
- A lightweight, travel-friendly wooden double-sided board.
- One side of the board is designed with borders for Sudoku. The other side has a laser etched grid for Tic Tac Toe.
- 16 smooth wooden blocks, with one of 4 different illustrations of quirky faces on one side and a heart or cross on the other.
How to play?
You can use the heart and cross side of the blocks and the laser-etched side of the board to play Tic Tac Toe. Just like a regular game of Tic Tac Toe, every player will get three points for each three-in-a-row. The player with the maximum points wins.
The Sudoku side of the board is a hands-on, visual version of the popular numeric game. You can make your own cells, either vertically or horizontally, using the side of the blocks with quirky faces. To win, you cannot repeat a face across any row or column.
What will my child learn?
Problem solving: Builds strategic thinking and imagination as you place each block in a particular slot and think ahead to win.
Fine motor skills: Picking up and moving the blocks will improve fine motor skills, especially the pincer grasp.
Curiosity: The bright blocks and creative illustrations will make the game a lot more fun and keep your child engaged for hours!
What is it made up of?
The board is made from birch plywood and the blocks from birchwood. The blocks are digitally printed with non-toxic, lead-free paints. The product is 100% child-safe and certified by ASTM international toy standards.
One board, two of your favourite games! Tic Tac Toe and Sudoku with a fun, hands-on twist.
We’re putting safety first!
We’ve put in place every precaution to ensure that toys are packed and shipped in a safe, hygienic environment. We are:
> sanitizing our office & warehouse premises frequently.
> minimizing direct human contact while packing our toys.
> using hand sanitizers and protective masks while handling orders.
> monitoring our staff and giving self-quarantine time off to anyone with symptoms.
Learn more about our measures here.