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Menopause is a process in the natural reproductive cycle experienced by every woman. Menopause is a period of transition that occurs in women from productive to non-productive periods caused by reduced estrogen and progesterone hormones. This hormone deficiency gives rise to a variety of somatic, vasomotor, sexual and other disturbing psychological symptoms. The purpose of this study was to determine the visual-based educational media in the form of snakes and ladders to improve self-acceptance during menopause. The method used in this study was a quasy experiment, with a pretest and posttest control group design. The population of this study were women aged 45-59 years, with a total of 98 respondents who were divided into the intervention group and the control group respectively 48 respondents. The research results were obtained 48 respondents in the intervention group experienced an increase in self-acceptance, and there was a difference in the mean> 10, dit means that there is a significant difference between the results of the pretest and posttest and the value of p = 0.000, which means that there is a significant effect of education with a snake and ladder simulation on self-acceptance at menopause. From the research results, it is hoped that midwives can contribute in designing educational media that can be given to women who are facing menopause so that they are ready to welcome a happy old age.