Math Fact Dominoes

Activity for ages 4 to 8.

My oldest LOVES math fact challenges so I was excited to put together a set of fun popsicle stick math fact dominoes he could use to practice +2s. Working on subtraction, multiplication or division instead? No problem! Just swap out the math facts and answers. So easy!

Super Fun Math Fact Game! Play Math Fact Dominoes!!Getting Ready

I grabbed our jumbo sized popsicle sticks, a pack of colorful dot stickers and a black Sharpie. I wrote +2 addition facts on yellow dots and the answers on pink dots. {You could really practice anything – doubles facts, minus 4, times 8…. anything!}

Then I stuck one yellow math fact on the left side of each popsicle stick and attached a pink sum to the right side of a different popsicle stick.

Math Fact DominoesMixing up the problems and solutions is what makes the domino game work so be sure to put them on different sticks.

Math Fact Dominoes.Playing Math Fact Dominoes

My son randomly picked one of the dominoes from the pile and read the yellow dot. “1+2,” he said. “That equals 3!” He searched through the pile of sticks until he found the pink 3. Then he slid it next to the math fact.

Super fun and easy math fact dominoes.

Stick by stick, he solved each math fact and moved the matching answer in place.

Math Fact Dominoes. Such a fun way to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication or division.

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About Malia Hollowell

Malia is a National Board Certified elementary teacher turned stay at home mama to three young kids {4.5, 3 and 1}. She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s in Education {go Stanford!} and spent seven years teaching in a classroom. Since starting Playdough to Plato in 2012, her ideas have been featured in Parenting Magazine, Pinterest's Top Educational Pins and Kiwi Crate.



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