To help students identify
various fraction and decimal representations.
Print Fraction Domino Recording Sheet on regular white paper.
Print dominoes on cardstock. I recommend a different color for each center set.
Laminate, cut and bag dominoes. Be sure to follow cut lines and cut like dominoes.
You can also print the dominoes on regular white paper and have students cut and clue them onto the recording sheet.
1. Shuffle the dominoes face down.
2. Each player will take 12 dominoes.
3. Play rock paper scissors to see who lays down first.
4. Player 1 who wins lays down the first domino.
5. Player 2 match the end of the domino to one of his and lays it down so the matching ends touch. If he/she has not matching domino, he/she must pass.
6. The game continues, with each player taking turns, until one player runs out of dominoes. The player who runs out first wins.
The dominoes can be played with one person lining them up and checking for accuracy.
The dominoes can be used whole class as an “I have, Who has…?” activity.
4.2E represent decimals, including tenths and hundredths, using concrete and visual models and money;
4.2G relate decimals to fractions that name tenths and hundredths
4.NF.6 Use decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100
This activity contains 4 non-student pages (cover sheet, instructions, TpT info and credits).