Read and match domino game with the days of the week
A classic dominoes with an educational twist! Rather than dots, these dominoes have words, allow your students to match short the new words they are learning in this wonderful domino game! This game is played like traditional dominoes with one player laying down a domino that "matches" or has the same spelling pattern as one already down. This is continued until all of the dominoes are down, but we have added a “starter” shape. In traditional dominoes you start with one tile piece and two sides can be matched up. Our little ones would get very distraught if they couldn’t match up a shape and had to pull pieces from the pile so I came up with this beginning piece so there are four pieces to match up instead of two cutting the anguish down…LOL! I recommend printing the dominoes on cardstock or colored paper, laminating, and storing in ziplocks for repeated use. Great for teacher stations, centers, group reading practice, and just overall a fun way to practice reading new words.
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Instructions for domino game
• Game pack designed for group play (4-6 players)
• Cut out all the dominos and place in a stack. There are 48 cards total with star cards. Each player is dealt 6-12 cards.
3 players=16 cards, 4 players=12 cards, 6 players=8 cards, 8 players=6 cards
• Remaining cards are placed upside down and starter shape is placed to start the domino game
• Decide on order of players (birthdays, height, youngest, etc…)
• Player 1 starts by matching the domino with one of his/her domino cards.
• Players take turns adding to the domino shape.
• If the player does not have a match then he/she takes a domino from the top of the face down stack until a matching domino is picked up (if any available.) The star card can be used in place of any word and the player decides what the next word should be (optional cards for the game).
• If all the dominos have been used up then the player just loses a turn.
• First player to use up all their dominos is the winner.
• If unable to continue play, the player with the least amount of cards is the winner. Shaded cards are worth 2 when counting up the cards.