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Well Done

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Hints used:1

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Total time:01:30s

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Puzzle statistics:
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Best time:00:56s

You're in the top:3%

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Notes

Hint

These 6x6 Sudoku for Kids with letters are perfect for kids ages 6 to 10 (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades) when the 4x4 puzzles are no longer a challenge. They support the development of logical thinking and concentration skills while also helping kids get acquainted and more comfortable with letters.

Compared with the 4x4 grids, these puzzles introduce more cells and letters. Due to this, the analysis will now have to be more careful and thoughtful. The concept of a block is now presented to kids for the first time too.

Letters take the place of the traditional digits in these puzzles, but the rules of Sudoku remain the same. The goal is to complete the grid without any repetitions per row, column, or group. To do so, the player must use the hints provided at the beginning of the game.

Each puzzle has one single solution and the key to reveal it is in these provided clues. Kids need to pay careful attention to them and use logic to understand them. Trying to guess is never an option in Sudoku!

The players and/or adults also have the option of printing these 6x6 Sudoku for Kids with letters so the kids can practice their writing skills while enjoying the game.

These puzzles have exactly the same rules as a traditional 9x9 Sudoku. The main differences are that letters take the place of numbers and there are fewer cells compared with regular puzzles. Kids graduating from the 4x4 grids must now also take into account the concept of blocks.

Rules:

- The player must fill the grid with the letters A, B, C, D, E, and F.
- Each letter can only occur once in each row and column.
- There can be no duplications inside a group.
- It is not possible to change or delete the letters provided at the beginning of each puzzle.
- The player must use logical thinking to fill the table. Guessing is not an option.

- Click on a cell to select it and use the keyboard on the right to choose and place a letter.
- To delete an entry, select a cell and click on the eraser symbol below the digital keyboard.
- Letters will turn red to indicate a mistake. When repetitions occur, the cells with the duplicated letter are also highlighted in red.
- Click on the “Hint” button to find the solution for a cell. It is not possible to delete or change a letter provided by the hint.
- Use the “New Game” button to restart the puzzle or to try a new challenge.