Yesterday, I have published mini 6x6 Diagonal Sudoku puzzle for kids. Today I am publishing Consecutive Sudoku for kids. This Consecutive Sudoku is 6x6 size and is designed to be easy so that kids can learn this very interesting Sudoku type called Consecutive Sudoku. I am posting this Consecutive Sudoku for Kids Series as 2nd Sudoku puzzle in this series.

## Rules of 6x6 Consecutive Sudoku Puzzle

Place a digit from 1 to 6 into each of the empty squares so that each digit appears exactly once in each row, column and outlined 2x3 box. Additionally adjacent cells containing consecutive numbers are marked. Adjacent cells with no marking must not contain consecutive numbers.Consecutive Sudoku Puzzle (Sudoku for Kids #2) |

Answer of this Consecutive Sudoku puzzle can be viewed by clicking on button. Please do give your best try to solve this Sudoku puzzle before looking at the answer.

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## 4 comments:

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March 8, 2018 at 9:41 AMThis looks pretty straight forward to solve after getting a few numbers. The strategy for getting started is just going right over my head. How do you begin?

January 30, 2020 at 3:12 PMRajesh Kumarsaid...While solving this Consecutive Sudoku puzzle, many solvers are unaware of the converse rule in this Sudoku. It means that if lines are not given on border then the number cannot be consecutive. You can start this Sudoku using this converse rule. Check out where you can put number 1 in the second box.

February 4, 2020 at 10:54 AM