EMILE : Enseignement d'une Matière Intégrée à une Langue Étrangère

### How does it work?

 Rule 1 Rule 2 In 3×3 questions, each row and each column are consisted of 1, 2, 3.In 4×4 questions, each row and each column are consisted of 1, 2, 3, 4.
 Rule 3   Each group of grids has to satisfy requires calculation formulas. There are four different calculation signs : +, -, × and ÷ Rule 4 Beside those signs, there is another type of group consisted of grids, which do not have calculation signs. At this time, this grid represents number shown on the top-left corner, as shown in following figures. Important: Numbers of each group can be repetitive but they have to satisfy the rule number one (numbers cannot be repetitive in each column and each row).

### Activity #1:

 Kendoku 3×3 Kendoku 4×4 Kendoku 6×6 Kendoku 7×7 (normal) Kendoku 7×7(hard) Kendoku 8×8

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### Activity #2: How to create a kendoku?

 Step 0 Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Draw an empty table. Fill it up with numbers respecting the 4 rules. Choose patterns (not to large) in the table. Select for each pattern an operation and indicate the result. Erase all numbers in the cages.

Step 0: Trace a 6×6 grid.

Step 1: Fill a 6×6 grid with numbers from 1 to 6 respecting rules of Kendoku.

Step 2: Choose patterns on the grid.

Step 3: Choose operation for each pattern and calculate the result.

Step 4: Indicate a bare new grid with patterns, results and operations.