Students enjoy this matching game as they practice their mathematical skills. Students can complete this challenge individually, in pairs or in groups of 3-4. Each domino card can be used only once, so when the game is completed, each of the game’s time table should have been practiced.
The dominoes should be printed on A4, and are available in colour or black and white. Cut the paper in half from top to bottom, so that two columns of squares remain on each piece of paper. Then cut along each row so that two squares remain on each piece to create a domino shape (see preview). One algorithm and one answer should be on each domino. The use of thick paper and/or laminating will lengthen the life of the cards. A cover card is included to help keep resources organised.
This game can be differentiated by allowing students to mentally calculate answers, or they can use the free Pocket Times Table cards available in my store. More differentiated games and challenges are also available to help build students' knowledge and confidence when using the time tables.