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Printable Ludo Game Board Templates and Instructions for Kids

Introducing our vibrant Ludo game board templates for kids! With three colorful designs to choose from and easy-to-follow instructions, these templates provide endless hours of fun and entertainment for children of all ages.

You have the option to download the PDF file from this location.- Download

To play Snake and Ladder, you’ll require dice and game pieces. You can find the template for making the dice on our Colorful Paper Dish Templates learning page. For easy access, I’ll provide the link below:[Colorful Paper Dice Templates for Kids].

In Ludo, players typically use small plastic or wooden tokens, colored buttons, beads, stones, LEGO pieces, coins, figurines, pawns from other board games, bottle caps, or even paper cutouts as game pieces to represent their progress on the board.

Ludo, a globally popular board game, has evolved into an online game accessible worldwide. The game and its versions are popular in many countries and under different names. Originating from India, Ludo has a rich history dating back to its predecessor, Pachisi. Over time, it gained popularity in England, where it was known as Ludo. Today, this ancient game continues to captivate players of all ages, both in its traditional and digital forms.

To play this game, you need a game board, pieces, and dice. To play this game, there should be two or four players, sitting around the game board, this game can be known as a game that should be played with great attention and care. This game, created with a few simple rules, is a game that can be played by children and adults without any age limit. Children as young as 4 or 5 years old can be introduced to this game, and adults can think hard and follow strategies in a competitive game.

Game Board- A colorful and unique board is used for this game. It is a square board. At its four corners are 4 more squares of four colors. Red, yellow, blue, and green colors are often used for these squares. These boxes act as houses where the players’ pieces are stored. And it is easy to identify the players according to these colors. In the middle of these 4 squares is a crossroad made of small squares. The intersection starts as 4 separate roads from the four colored squares. The roads starting from each colored square are of that color and the players have to move their pieces to the road of their color. The goal of the player is to take the pieces to the point where the roads connect.

Pieces – The pieces used in this game are called “tokens.” Each player gets 4 tokens. The tokens are of green, blue, yellow, and red colors. You can use other substitutes instead of tokens. Examples are given above. When using other substitutes, players can color them or use different types of substitutes to distinguish the respective pieces. These tokens move counter-clockwise on the board towards the final goal. The player who moves all 4 tokens to the end first is the winner.

Dice – For this, you can use a dice of any size, representing numbers. Betting is decided according to the numbers that fall by rolling the dice. You can get a template for creating a dice by following the link given above.

Above are the templates of a game board that you want to play paste them on a thick board and prepare them to play. The PDF file also provides you with an instruction sheet on how to play the game. Play and have fun. 😊