These domino math activities include recognizing sets, place value of two and four digit numbers, creating domino worms, gathering data, using the commutative property, and practicing addition and subtraction facts. The games involve matching, finding sums, and using <, and >, and = signs. For these 13 activities and four games, you may use commercial sets dominoes or copy the blackline which is provided in the resource. You should have at least one set of 28 dominoes for every two children.
Some of the domino activities in this 24 page resource will use games while other activities will extend, enhance, or introduce a new math concept. The activities and games vary in difficulty; so choose appropriately for your class. This resource is excellent for math center activities and for differentiated instruction. To view examples from this resource as well as a complete Table of Contents, download the Preview Version.
Here are some more domino activity items.
Dots Fun for Everyone – Math Activities and Games that Use Dominoes for the Intermediate Grades
Dots Lots of Fun – Seven Math Games that Use Dominoes
These two resources are FREE downloads.
Dots Fun for Everyone – Free Version
Dots Fun– Free Version