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Stratasuits is a terrific matching game with the added skills of using logical reasoning skills and decision making. Young students practice subitizing the pattern of numbers from 1 to 6. This number sense game is perfect for students of different abilities to work well together. The TEACHING TIPS i
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This 12 page resource contains seven math domino games that involve matching, finding sums, using greater than, less than and equal signs, multiplication practice, and comparing fractions. The games vary in difficulty; so instruction can easily be differentiated. A memory game is also included which
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Colors and Shapes Dominoes- ideal Visual Perception Skills practice for students with autism and special needs. To enhance vocabulary students can be encouraged to describe the shapes they see eg "yellow square with a red spot", "green triangle with a blue stripe" This game contains 36 dominoes a
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Animaze is a terrific hands-on math resource that kids love. Players choose from a variety of game boards and challenge themselves to complete each shape by following the rules of CONSECUTIVE numbers. The rules are simple and the game samples make this a fun and simple activity to implement within
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Choosey Dominoes and Dicey Decisions are three fabulous card, dice and domino math games for primary grades. As students roll dice and decide whether to add or subtract, they actively problem solve which operation to perform on their dominoes or their number cards. Practicing these key math skills
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Three's Company is a teacher and student favorite! Children practice a variety of math skills and after several rounds of play, your students will have a growing understanding of how to make "good predictions", based on their own "hands-on" experiences. There are two different activities and a varie
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Place Your Order is an interactive fun math game for students who are learning the key concepts involved with the order of operations. The familiar acronym BEDMAS is introduced as a classroom wall chart ( included) that can be displayed while your students play the games. The wide range of game boa
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This is an excellent, "hands-on" domino math game for students to play on their own or as partner teams. Children flip dominoes, choose an operation and record their answers on the fun graphs provided. This game is perfect for reinforcing all operations and can be played at various levels of diffi
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This product is a set of 3 original domino math games. Game 1-Domino Domination-FlipGame 2-Domino Domination-Blind FlipGame 3-Domino Domination-Follow the LeaderThe games help students develop a deeper understanding of fractions, mental math skills, and cooperating in groups all while having fun. I
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Two fabulous domino math games that are perfect for differentiated instruction. Students flip dominoes, choose an operation, tally and graph their results, while racing to the finish line. Pair up your students and challenge them to share their predictions and game strategies. Excellent "Thought Pr
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MATH CENTER: Pumpkinoes Pumpkinoes are holiday neutral, fall themed dominoes useful for math centers, games, and challenges. They can be used in all elementary classrooms to practice a variety of skills appropriate to the ages and stages of your students. Thus, differentiation is inherent in this
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Using Games as a teaching strategy really works and this game lends itself perfectly for this type of learning. In the game Two Hundred, students are actively making decisions as they place their dominoes to make numbers in place value. Students use mental math strategies as they add their way to t
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Students play the traditional game of dominoes, but in this case the dominoes contain equivalent fractions. Also great for a center. Common Core Standards: Math.Content.4 NF.1 Math.Content.5.NF.1
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This terrific addition with re-grouping game uses dominoes in a unique way, with a fun twist! Players predict the sum of two dominoes (set as numbers in place-value), after their opponent has "secretly" set-up and created a domino two-digit addition equation/puzzle for them to solve. This "hands-on
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Need Centers for the whole year? This Level 1 Game Pack includes 12 literacy, 12 math and fine motor activities. Most of the activities are clothespin games. Put a clothespin on the correct answer on the task card and flip to the next card. You can keep all the same concepts together in a center o
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What's Your Next Domino is an engaging hands-on domino activity that focuses on decision making, sequencing, problem solving and patterning skills. There are a variety of printable game boards that allow you and your students to explore patterns in a creative, fun way. These activities are perfect
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Animoes is an engaging, hands-on math game that challenges young learners to THINK. Students flip dominoes and place them strategically to complete animal shapes. The goal is to be the player with the most "counting" animal shapes. Children must think strategically in order to be successful. This g
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This resource includes TWO different "hands-on" fraction games using a regular set of 28 dominoes. Game #1: Students flip dominoes, make proper fractions and look for equivalent fractions on their pizza pieces. Students can choose from three different printable game boards plus new black-line maste
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What's Your Move? is a terrific problem solving game that children LOVE! Students pair up and challenge each other to place their domino sums from the least to greatest value, with the rule that a domino layed is a domino played! Players are analyzing each other's playing boards as they complete th
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SUGGESTED GRADE LEVELS: GRADES 3 AND UP Big Bang is a simple math pattern game very similar to dominoes. You have to place adjacent triangles in such a way that they are always just 1 number off from their neighboring pieces. 3’s can go next to 2’s or 4’s, but not 5’s. The problem is, there are more
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Need Centers for the whole year?This Level 2 Game Pack includes 12 literacy, 12 math and fine motor activities. Most of the activities are clothespin games. Put a clothespin on the correct answer on the task card and flip to the next card.You can keep all the same concepts together in a center or cr
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Subtracting With Dominoes is an engaging set of activities and games that encourages young students to THINK about the math! Students can work together and make predictions about the possible outcomes when subtracting with dominoes. Younger students can practice both addition and subtraction, while
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This is a domino set. Each domino covers a whole page. You can use card-stock and laminate them. It also includes a table at the end to solve problems, write equations, or write justification of problems. You can also use it for Reading.
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This is the economic version of the three sets. That means that the dots have no color. The kids can color the dots, make designs on them, or write on them. I included a table for solving or creating problems,and/or for writing.
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