Here is a game that I would like to share. It can be played a couple of ways. You can have a student choose a domino. They can make two different numbers with this domino depending on how it is turned. If there are two dots on one side and six on the other, the number can be either 26 or 62. The child draws the dots on the blank domino and writes the numeral in the blank. Then the child can circle the number on the 100 chart. This can also be played in reverse. You can have students circle numbers that are on the 100 chart and then draw the dots to represent the number with dominoes. For example, circle the number 47 and then the child would draw four dots on the tens side and seven dots on the ones side.
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