Rules of the game
All the cards are placed face down at the start of the game. If there are four players, each child can take six cards. The first player puts a domino on the table. The person who starts can choose, for example, a dice. The dominoes are then put down in an appropriate sequence. Anyone who can’t go has to miss their turn. The winner is the player who gets rid of their cards first.
Making domino cards
Copy the domino card template. The players create the cards themselves by gluing the templates onto cardboard to make them stable and then colouring the cards. The domino cards can then simply be cut out the game can begin.
You will practice and use the following:
- Precise colouring
- Fine motor skills for cutting and gluing
- Recognising shapes and figures
What you need
|Noris® colour 187 Coloured pencil - Cardboard box containing 24 coloured pencils in assorted colours
|Noris® 965 Hobby scissors - Blistercard containing scissors with 17 cm blade
|965 17 NBK
- Handicraft scissors
- Glue stick
- Copies of the domino playing cards
- Cardboard for handicrafts
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