# Dominoes Activities Distance Learning

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### Description

These domino activities include independent math games that students can play during centers and math rotations. They would be great for fast finishers, too! Grab a set of dominoes, print your pages, and have fun.

By placing these pages in sheet protectors or dry erase pockets, these domino activities can be reused many times with different results.

This resource also includes a **Google Slides link**. Once you make a copy and assign the activities to your students, they can drag and drop dominoes or colored dots into place and then complete the math skill.

**Dominoes Activities**

Domino Addition

Students will find the total number of dots on a domino. This includes options for both vertical and horizontal problems.

Domino Subtraction

Students will find the difference between the number of dots on both sides of the domino. This includes options for both vertical and horizontal problems.

Odds & Evens

Students will find the total number of dots on a domino. Then students must determine whether this is an odd or even number.

Domino Comparison

Students will draw two dominoes and find the total number of dots on each domino. Then students will compare the two totals using >, <, or =.

Domino Families

Students will draw a domino and use the two parts of the domino to create a fact family. They will record two addition and two subtraction problems that can be made using the numbers in the fact family.

Domino Line-Up

Students will draw six dominoes and find the total number of dots on each domino. Then students will rank the dominoes in order from largest to smallest.

True or False?

There are four student worksheets. For each, students look closely at one student's work and determine whether the answers match the dominoes shown or not. They will circle whether each answer is true or false. Answers are included for each worksheet.

What’s Missing?

There are four student worksheets. For each, students are shown one half of a domino and given a total sum. Students must determine the missing addend, or how many dots are needed to match the total shown below each domino. Answers are included for each worksheet.

Click on the preview to take a closer look at all of the domino activities included in this resource. You can also read more about this dominoes pack here.

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