Interactive snakes and ladders printable games are a great way to improve children’s knowledge and concentration
We have created a variety of multiplication tables, snakes and ladders which can help children learn the times tables quickly and in a fun way. We are also now developing snakes and ladders spelling games, geography based games and card based snakes and ladders – whereby the cards are used in addition to the boards.
Did you know that Snakes and ladders is a renowned board game which was developed in ancient India? It was originally known as Moksha Patamu.
This early version of the snakes and ladders game was created to reinforce the Hindu philosophies of Karma and Samskara. It means ‘getting what you give’. Therefore, if you are kind and nice, good things will happen to you. If you are not nice, bad things will happen to you. Samskara is a belief that we all have experiences from previous life. These experiences shape our personality and direct how we live our lives.
Snakes and ladders is based on luck. This embraces the idea of karma and samskara, which are based around fate and destiny.
My husband says luck has nothing to do with it. He says you control your own destiny when playing snakes and ladders- by cheating! 🙂 I do not condone this. Have fun playing snakes and ladders.
This interactive printable board game template is extremely easy to use. Just print and play.
Snakes and ladders printable games are a great way help children develop maths skills, spelling skills, learn facts and lots more. There is so much you can do with snakes and ladders and children just love to play.
What do I need to play snakes and ladders?
In addition to this snakes and ladders template, you could also make your own counters and dice we have those available free of charge online and with certain packs.
You could laminate the board game so you can use over and over!
Here is a template for you to make dice if you do not have any.
The fun way to play interactive snakes and ladders.
How to Play snakes and ladders
-Each player begins on the Start space.
-Each player takes turns to roll the dice.
-If your counter lands at the bottom of the ladder, you move up to the top of the ladder.
– If your counter lands on the head of the snake, you slide down to the bottom of the snake.
– The player that reaches the Finish place first is the winner.
Finally, I do hope you enjoy playing interactive snakes and ladders. Do subscribe for updates on new versions of the games that we make. Have a lovely day. Nina 🙂