Create your own custom Domino Review activity featuring 24 domino cards, a student answer sheet, and teacher's answer key. Your review will keep students actively engaged and works well in pairs or small groups. The Word File includes 4 pages of 6 domino cards with small identifying letters, a student answer sheet and a teacher answer key. I've also included instructional notes & photos.
This Freebie includes:
✅Editable Word file with 24 Domino Cards
✅Answer Sheets for Students to Record Domino order (2 per page)
✅Answer Key Form
✅Teacher instructions for customizing, creating multiple puzzles in same course, printing cards in varying sizes
✅Photos with explanation
✅Planning Sheet for Creating Custom Domino Review
DOMINOS IN ACTION
All 24 cards will link together from the START card and ending with the STOP card.
HOW TO SOLVE:
⚡Place the START card first and read its clue (on right of card)
⚡Slide the matching clue (on left of card) next to it.
⚡Continue with that card's clue and find the matching answer.
Students need not go in order. They can match small segments, then slide the chains together into a fully assembled puzzle.
⚡The final card will be the STOP card.
Once all 24 cards are linked, the small letters in the top right corner of each card are written on the student answer sheet.
CHECK OUT MY PRE-MADE DOMINO REVIEWS
Once all 24 cards are linked, the small letters in the top right corner of each card are written on the student answer sheet. The answer sheets are a breeze to grade with the included Answer Key.
My Topic Specific Pre-Designed Domino Reviews:
CHEMICAL EQUATIONS DOMINO REVIEW
ANATOMY ORIENTATION DOMINO REVIEW
PNS & CRANIAL DOMINO REVIEW
ANATOMY ENDOCRINE SYSTEM DOMINO REVIEW
For puzzles that are primarily vocabulary, students can glue the answer under the matching clue that has been slightly folded to create a crease. Then students can read the clue, and lift to reveal the answer.
PRINTING YOUR CARDS: The Word file has 6 large dominos per page which work great in elementary classes, but for my high school classes I print 12 dominos per paper to make each domino about 2 ½“ long. To do this in Microsoft Word:
File>Print, scroll down to “1 Page Per Sheet”. Change to 2 Pages Per Sheet.