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Gingerbread Dominoes

Gingerbread Dominoes
Gingerbread Dominoes
Gingerbread Dominoes
Gingerbread Dominoes
Gingerbread Dominoes
Gingerbread Dominoes
Gingerbread Dominoes
Gingerbread Dominoes
Product Description
The idea to create dominoes came from a book that I have been reading.
Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics
Grades K-3
By John A. Van de Walle and LouAnn H. Lovin
Volume One of The Van de Walle Professional Mathematics Series

Make a set of dominoes for each pair of students. You can teach them to play dominoes and then use them at a math station. They can also be used to help students recognize the patterns instantly. These are the same patterns that are used on dice. The dominoes may be used when teaching part-part-whole. I hope your students enjoy playing with them.

These dominoes are created in a Gingerbread Theme. The game of dominoes is the same, but this game uses pictures instead of dots.
Total Pages
9 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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