This game is really fun! The kiddos have to find dominoes that add up to the number in each space. They will add the pips from each side together. I have also added a blank parking lot so you can put in your own numbers. This is a good idea if you are focusing on doubles, or even upper grades wo
Use dominoes to practice addition with this fun set. Students can "park" domino cars on color or black line workmats. Two worksheets give additional practice.
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Use dominos with dots up to 30 for this game. Students will search through the dominos to add together the sides. Once they find each sum, the domino will park it its appropriate spot.
Students love acting like the dominos are cars and get really into this center in my classroom!
Use this differentiated Domino Parking Lot activity in an anchor station (a.k.a. math center)! The students will be learning to subitize as they look at the pips on each end of the domino and will be practicing their math facts by adding them together. You can also use this as a small group lesson
This can be an instant station by just laminating or you can use it for an assessment.DIRECTIONS: Students choose a domino and add the numbers together to get the sum. They "park" the domino in the correct space. If they find another one with the same total, they just stack it on top. Continue u
Easy no prep math center! Your kiddos will love "parking" their dominoes so much, they won't even realize they're doing math! There are 2 versions included - one can be used with partners as a game, and one can be used as an individual math center.
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Practice addition to 12! This is a fun, no low-prep activity for stations, whole class practice, or small group work! Just add dominos. Domino sorting is always a favorite activity in my classroom. Kids enjoy seeing the stacks of dominos grow taller! Included is a full color and a black and white ve
This multiplication domino car park game is simple, fun and a great way for your students to practise their multiplication skills. Students can either use a real set of dominos or the ones provided in the resource - both work well. This is a perfect resource for putting out at your math centres as
This addition domino car park game is simple, fun and a great way for your students to practise their addition skills. Students can either use a real set of dominos or the ones provided in the resource - both work well. This is a perfect resource for putting out at your math centres as due to the si
Students “park” dominos with two numbers that add up to the number at the top of the parking space. They will notice that some numbers can be represented different ways. Then they can use the recording sheet to record the number and combinations of dots and numbers. Use your own domino manipulativ
This activity is great for number recognition or adding numbers. I cut around the parking lot and laminated it onto card stock paper. The students love to count the dots and "park" the cars in the domino parking lot.
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Domino Parking Lot with Printable DOMINOES INCLUDED.
10 Page PDF that includes:
2 different colorful mats
2 different black and white mats
2 different recording sheets
42 colorful dominoes
42 black and white dominoes
This activity is always a hit in classroom. With learning shifting to online, I have made this into a digital version that’s just as fun as the hands on version. With this digital version of domino parking lot your students can park their dominos in the correct spot by matching the domino to the num
Domino or Dice Parking Lot Game Board. Students use dominos and add dots together and "park" the domino in the correct "garage". Page one is numbers 0- 12. Page two is numbers 0 - 18. (Students may also add together dice and use tally marks, unifix cubes, or match box cars to fill their "garages
Domino Car Park Number Recognition Game 1-20This Activity Develops: - Number Recognition - One to One Correspondence - Identifying Colours - Counting forward 1 - each number between 1-20 - Counting backwards 20 - each number between 20-1- Oral language I like to use this resource with dominos, count
In this math game, students take turns pulling dominoes out of a bag. They count/add how many dots are on the domino and then put it in the corresponding parking space. The first student to have his/her parking lot filled wins!
Place tub of dominoes and recording sheets at math center. Have students draw a domino, add up all the dots, and place it at the appropriate parking space on the recording sheet. If there is already a domino in a parking space, place the domino in the extra spot. First student to get all spaces f
Skill: Counting 0-12, Beginning Addition, Numeral Recognition
PDF includes: Title Page for storage envelope, directions for independent play and a 2+ game method, game board, printable dominoes.
Common Core Standards: K.CC.1, K.CC.4, K.CC.5, K.OA.1, 1.OA.C.6, 1.NBT.1
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Parking Lot Dominos
A math center (1-4 players) that incorporates addition, dominos and fun! Children to add each side of the domino and then park their car in the corresponding spot. First person to fill up their parking lot wins!