Prime & Composite numbers snake and ladder game
Your child or student will love this game on snakes and ladders online on prime and composite numbers! Simply let them roll the dice on the screen and choose the answer that they think is right. And if the answer they chose turns out wrong, that is where you come in to explain what the right answer is. Using illustrations or objects can help you show that a prime number is a number greater than 1 and is only divisible by 1 and itself. Meanwhile, composite numbers can be divided several times by different divisors. If we ask, “Is 20 a prime or composite number?” You say, yes! That’s because 20 can be divided by 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, and 20 itself. But, what about 17?Seems like there’s only 1 and 17 to divide to. This means that the number 17 is a prime number! Now, you play the game and tell us which numbers are prime or composite. In this famous board game, avoid any snake bites and try to climb ladders for shortcuts to reach the goal. Those who get the highest score wins the game! With an online game to practice, all the more fun for your child and student to learn math!