We love using everyday items to work on educational activities! We used dominoes to play a game that practices math concepts including place value and comparing numbers. We've even included the free worksheet so you can play at home or school, too!
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Our game is super simple yet so much fun that your child will want to keep playing more rounds! Turn dominoes face down. Each player chooses a domino. One side will represent the tens place and the other side will be the ones. Players need to choose wisely and turn their domino in the correct direction to create the greatest number possible!
Players will write the number on the line and draw the domino to practice subitizing. Finally, players will write a greater than or less than sign to show which domino won each round!
Our daughter couldn't get enough of this playfully competitive math game! You can download your own free copy of the score sheet here. We also hope you'll sign up for our weekly newsletters to get instant access to all of our free printables! It's our way to say thank you for reading our posts!
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