Insect Dominos / Animals Domino Puzzle
Insect Dominos 2 to 4 players.
Dominos, a game to develop observation skills and learn numbers.
Each Child takes 7 domino cards, with the remaining cards places in a pile.
Front: A game of dominos for counting and matching insects The player with the card showing the most insects starts, placing this card in the middle of the table. /the Next player looks at the set of cards to see wheather they have one with the same number of insects as on both sides of the domino card just played ( 2 ladybirds and 2 dragonfiles). The players then continue to take turns, with the aim of the game being to put all the domino cards together. If the player does not have a matching card, they take one from the pile. If the card they take is a match, they put it in position, otherwise play passes to the nextperson. The forst player to use all their cards wins the game. If the game reaches a point where nobody can play, the player with the least number of points on the remaining cards wins.
Back: Traditional dominos game
The remaining dominos form the stock. The player who holds the highest domino starts, placing it in the middle of the table. The next player looks in their hand for a domino which matches one or other of the numbers of the domino already in place. The other players continue in the same manner, one after another, the aim being to match two familiar images. If a player does not have a matching domino, they draw a domino from the stock. If they draw a domino which they can be placed they do so, otherwise they pass their turn. The first player to have placed all their dominos is the winner is the player who has the fewest points on the dominos left in their hand.
28 Double sided dominos, Age 3 upwards.
Animals Domino Puzzle 1 to 4 players.
Learn to spot the animals, recognise them and match up the pictures.
Younger children can play by themselves, matching the domino cards and putting the picture together.
Each child takes 7 domino cards, with the remaining cards places in a pile. The youngest player starts and places a domino card in the middle of the table. The next player looks at their set of cards to see whether they have one that adds to the picture (to the right, left, top or bottom) on the card on the table. The players then continue to take turns, with the aim of the game being to put all the domino cards together to complete the picture. If a player does not have a matching card, they take one from the pile. If the card they take is a match, they put it in postion, otherwise play passes to the next person. The first player to use their cards wins the game.