# Free Printable 6 by 6 MathDoku Puzzles

At PuzzlesAndBrains we have a great selection of

**printable MathDoku puzzles**in 3 PDF formats: the 6 by 6 (as listed on this page), the 4 by 4 MathDokus and the printable 9 by 9 MathDokus. The rules are easy to understand and we offer our PDF puzzles in

**3 difficulty levels**: Easy, Medium, and Hard Boiled.

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Be careful; MathDoku may look difficult at first glance but once you recognize the operation combinations and you understand the logic, toy will get hooked to these little math critters. We offer Mathdoku in 3 grid sizes, so start with the smallest and work your way up.

Solving puzzles such as MathDoku, Ken Ken, Numbrix or Hidato, will boost your brain power. By actively finding solutions we put our brains to work and just as our bodies, our brains need a mentally workout too. By challenging ourselves to find solutions to difficult problems we keep our brains active, fit and in shape.

The inventor of the famous KenKen puzzle, the Japanese educator Tetsuya Miyamoto, is said to believe in “the art of teaching without teaching”. He thought that giving math puzzles to students instead of the more traditional math learning materials, students would learn faster, more effective and show more motivation. I don't know students that are not fond of puzzles? So he was probably right.

We also offer Mathdoku math and logic puzzles in the 4 by 4 and 9 by 9 formats in the 3 difficulty levels: Easy, Medium and Hard.

Click on the images to the left to go the PDF download pages of our other printable KenDoku-like puzzles.

**basic rules and solving techniques**.MathDoku 6 by 6 Puzzles

**MathDoku puzzles are highly addictive**Be careful; MathDoku may look difficult at first glance but once you recognize the operation combinations and you understand the logic, toy will get hooked to these little math critters. We offer Mathdoku in 3 grid sizes, so start with the smallest and work your way up.

**Solving MathDoku puzzles will boost your brain power**Solving puzzles such as MathDoku, Ken Ken, Numbrix or Hidato, will boost your brain power. By actively finding solutions we put our brains to work and just as our bodies, our brains need a mentally workout too. By challenging ourselves to find solutions to difficult problems we keep our brains active, fit and in shape.

**Solving MathDoku puzzles instead of math class**The inventor of the famous KenKen puzzle, the Japanese educator Tetsuya Miyamoto, is said to believe in “the art of teaching without teaching”. He thought that giving math puzzles to students instead of the more traditional math learning materials, students would learn faster, more effective and show more motivation. I don't know students that are not fond of puzzles? So he was probably right.

We also offer Mathdoku math and logic puzzles in the 4 by 4 and 9 by 9 formats in the 3 difficulty levels: Easy, Medium and Hard.

Click on the images to the left to go the PDF download pages of our other printable KenDoku-like puzzles.

**They are free, without registration**and very addictive. You are warned.
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