This file comes with 4 Place Value Hundreds, Tens and Ones Dominoes games with a pirate theme.
The aim of Pirates: HTO Place Value Dominoes is to consolidate understandings of place value, particularly hundreds, tens and ones. It is suitable for individual, pair and small group work.
The game has 4 different sets of domino cards (24 dominoes per game) and a title card.
Set 1 (pages 4-7): Match numbers to Base 10
Set 2 (pages 8-11): Match number words to Base 10
Set 3 (pages 12-15): Match number words with numbers
Set 4 (pages 16-19): Match numbers with its expanded form
Set 2 and 3 now come with 2 versions - an American version and an Aussie/British version. Here in Australia we add AND after the hundreds (e.g. two hundred AND three). I've made a version with and without the AND (two hundred three).
Each set has a different colored border and picture to easily allow misplaced pieces to be returned to the appropriate game.
I've got a number of other dominoes sets for literacy and maths listed in more store such as:
Under the Sea Tens and Ones Place Value Dominoes
What's the Time Mr Alligator Time Dominoes
- reinforce time to the hour, half-past, quarter past and till and to five minutes.
Short and Long vowel dominoes
- great for reinforcing short and long vowels, digraphs and blends.
Language Arts Dominoes
- for antonyms, synonyms, homophones, contractions and compound words.
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