6 edition of Domino addition found in the catalog.
Explains basic addition through the use of dominoes.
|Statement||by Lynette Long.|
|LC Classifications||QA115 .L72 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 [i.e. 32] p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|ISBN 10||0881068780, 0881068772, 0881068799|
|LC Control Number||95020083|
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Domino Dot Addition Practice Your preschool or kindergarten student should be able to count to 5 as well as write numerals to 5 before attempting to complete this addition worksheet. Students will write and solve an addition equation using the . Domino Addition. To get this set up, I simply printed out the pages that my kids would need (below) and grabbed a basket of dominoes.. There are two options for playing, depending on the level of your can choose to play with sums to 5, or you can take it further and play with sums to
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Or get business-day shipping on this item for $ /5(17). "Domino Addition" is a great book to use when teaching addition and subtraction. The book includes great illustrations that show how to count the number of dots on the dominoes. This could be used as a morning meeting activity, when the students come in they take a domino and the teacher will call up each student to the board to draw their /5.
This bold, colorful counting book shows you learn how to use simple addition to find the total number of dots, from zero to twelve, on each domino. Then see if you can find the dominoes with each total hidden in the pictures. The kids grab a domino, then used their crayon to draw matching dots on one of the blank dominoes on the recording sheet.
Then, underneath the domino, they record their addition sentence. A structure is there with the plus and equals signs, as some of my kids need support in setting up equations. As your kids become more comfortable, you could. This bold and colorful counting book shows young readers that math and addition can be fun and easy (when you use dominos).
Black and white dominos make up each number on various bold backgrounds and each page gives the various properties of numbers zero to twelve. With a simple but Brand: Charlesbridge. Editions for Domino Addition: (Paperback published in ), (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback), (Pap.
Domino Math – Addition & Subtraction. Single Digit Domino Addition. Double Digit Domino Addition. Single Digit Domino Subtraction. Double Digit Domino Subtraction. The variety of pages we created allows you to choose the practice page that is just right for each student.
All students are completing the same activity, just at their own level. Domino Addition Paperback – by Ph. Lynette Long (Author) out of 5 stars 22 ratings. See all 12 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" /5(22).
Make a Domino MATH Book. This is an engaging, yet simple introductory activity for addition. This book is VERY EASY to put together. It is for students who are beginning to add two digit numbers. It is important that students understand that they must always add the ones and then the tens.
This is i 4/4(2). This free printable domino addition worksheet makes learning math facts fun. Jazz up your math facts practice with this domino worksheet.
Free Domino Addition and Subtraction Printables. Published Wednesday, Febru Updated Thursday, Ma Domino Addition is a fun math center for Kindergarten and first grade students who are building fluency with addition facts. How to play: Student will select a domino. -Student will draw a representation of the domino on the recording sheet.
About Domino Addition. This bold and colorful counting book shows young readers that math and addition can be fun and easy (when you use dominos). Black and white dominos make up each number on various bold backgrounds and each page. Read Domino Addition by Lynette Long and discuss: Development: Create large colored dominoes to use during the book to model the story.
Use magnets on the back of the dominoes to easily display them on the board. Each child will take a turn at reading the domino card in an addition form (3+1) and then solving the problem using the dots (=4.
I start this by reading Domino Addition by Lynette Long, Ph.D. In this book, students are able to see addition equations written vertically and horizontally.
I do not read the whole book but rather focus on showing the plus sign and how it shows that we are adding the two numbers together.
See how I used the book : Christina Yingling-Smith. Addition Practice through Games Game 1:Domino Addition Objective: To fluently add numbers up to 20 while playing the regular game of dominoes. Standard: A.1, A.1 Materials: Dominoes or domino cutout pieces (see attached) and the domino addition recording sheet (attached).
Note: you can also put the domino addition recording sheet intoFile Size: 1MB. Dominoes have become a staple in most primary classrooms. They build upon dice patterns and are often used to model decomposition of numbers, building student knowledge of addition facts.
They are an excellent manipulative for primary students to use and these are some examples of how students might use dominoes in the math center.
Buy a cheap copy of Domino Addition book by Lynette Long. First learn how to use simple addition to find the total number of dots, from zero to twelve, on each domino. Then see if you can find the dominoes with each total Free shipping over $/5(4). This book makes learning math easy as 1, 2, 3.
You'll discover how to combine different numbers to make the same total using dominoes. Sometimes putting numbers together can be tricky, but these dominoes make it easy.
Learn how to be an addition genius in this book. Must Read Math Mentor Text-Domino Addition. Share on facebook. Share on twitter. This book goes all the way up to having sums of 12 which is also great because so many beginning addition books stop with 10 and it is nice to expose kids at the beginning of the year to higher sums.
Long's first book starts with a blank black domino perched next to an equation, 0 + 0 = 0; on the opposite page are dominoes laid out in a circle, or zero.
Each spread, with vibrant backgrounds to set off the black dominoes, follows that format; the surprise is in the symmetry of combinations that emerges--a glimpse of the wonder of numbers in. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint: Originally published: Watertown, MA: Charlesbridge, © "First Scholastic printing, April.This bold and colorful counting book shows young readers that math and addition can be fun and easy (when you use dominos).
Black and white dominos make up each number on various bold backgrounds and each page gives the various properties of numbers zero to twelve.
With a simple but imaginative approach, Lynette Long, has created a perfect classroom resource that 4/5(1).First, learn to use simple addition to find the total number of dots, from zero to twelve, on each domino.
Then, see if you can find the dominoes with each total hidden in the pictures. With a simple but imaginative approach, Lynette Long has created a fun-filled counting book sure to appeal to even the most reluctant math students.
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