Place 2 or 4 or 1 or 3
in each cell that is free.
When you finish each number should show
once in each column and once in each row.When you've filled in each cell --
all the numbers are there --
you can then read the poem
from your solved square.
For example, the solved-square below translates into this small poem:
This is how
the poem reads
from the square.
In July, at the 2019 Bridges Math-Arts Conference, Lajeunesse will continue to explore poetry puzzles -- both in a formal presentation and in Family Day events for puzzlers of all ages. More about this LATER!