Domino Facts

Purpose

This is a level 3 number activity from the Figure It Out series. It relates to Stage 6 of the Number Framework.
A PDF of the student activity is included.

Achievement Objectives
Student Activity

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Specific Learning Outcomes

know multiplication and division facts

Required Resource Materials
Set of Dominoes

FIO, Level 2-3, Basic Facts, Domino Facts, page 13

1, 2, or 3 classmates

Activity

Due to the constraints with the numbers on a standard set of dominoes, the facts practised here are limited to elementary multiplication and division up to 3 x 2 = 6.
After some games, the students will realise the rules that apply to placing some dominoes. For example:

  •  A “double” domino, such as , domino.  can only be joined to a single dot on a domino. For example:

dominoes.

  •  Five-dot dominoes are difficult to match.

dominoes,
 

  • Some combinations cannot be matched to anything. These are:

dominoes.

As an alternative game, the rules for joining can be adjusted to include all the operations. This would make it possible to join all dominoes to others. For example:

dominoes.


Answers to Activity

A game of multiplication and division

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