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Pirate Snakes and Ladders

Pirate Snakes and Ladders

About This Primary Resource

A printable snakes and ladders game with a pirate twist. It is designed to promote core numeracy skills in a fun and engaging way. The download includes an A4 version of the board as well as a large version which can be assembled using four A4 pages. This game may inspire you and the children to create a large scale outdoor game - using playground chalk or rubber mats for a track.

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  1. Claire Davies

    Pirate Theme Year 2 resources needed
    Thank you

  2. mickey

    Thank you

  3. Roy

    Great resource for my SEN group. Will adapt to count backwards too.

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