As my 11-year-old daughter used tons of dominoes to builds her science Rube Goldberg project, I was thinking about ideas on how enhance numbers and amount identification in a fun way and thought about dominoes, hint, hint!
These dominoes can be used for number identification and to match the number with the correct amount.
Here's how I did it!
|Materials needed: 10 8 by 7 card stock or construction papers, cutout numbers 1 through 10, dots, circles, or stickers, and a marker.|
|I drew a black line along the middle of the paper and glued the numbers on the top half.|
|I added the dots on the bottom half. I began with the card with the number-one and put two dots, number-two card and put three dots, and so on.|
|This is the final product....doesn't it look cute!?|
For more durability, you may want to laminate the cards (which I will do tomorrow).