I have made a free printable coronavirus-themed version of Snakes and Ladders. Here is a PDF version that you can download:
If you have a printer at home, you can print it onto A4 paper. If you've got some colour pens or pencils, why not colour it in too.
To play Coronavirus Snakes and Ladders, all you need is two or more players, a dice (or dice app) and some small objects of your choice for playing pieces. Starting beside square 1 on the board, take turns to roll the dice, and move your playing piece the corresponding number of spaces along the board. Follow the social distancing rules and you'll climb up the ladders. Break the rules and you'll slide down the snakes. The first player to reach square 48 is the winner!
If you play the game with small children, please supervise them closely so they don't put small objects anywhere they shouldn't. Anyone who plays this game does so entirely at their own risk. I am not responsible for the behaviour of the snakes!
I'd love to see photos of you playing Coronavirus Snakes and Ladders. Please tag me on Facebook and Instagram @richardpettittart, and on Twitter @richpettitt. Thanks.
Whatever you do, make sure you play at home. You'll be stopping the spread of coronavirus, and saving lives. Win win!
Richard Pettitt, cartoonist.