Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Domino 6

Play dominoes up to 6! In the beginning, I put out a small "cheat sheet" to help those students who needed it. (Ex: 6 + 0, 5 + 1, 4 + 2, 3 + 3).

The rules are simple:
*Put dominoes face-down on table, shuffle, and put to the side.
*First person draws first domino. First domino always goes into the middle.
*Next person draws a domino. Depending on the first domino, a match has to equal 6. (See pic.)
*If the domino drawn cannot match, the next person draws. If it does match, the player places it but doesn't draw again.
*BE SURE the next player checks their "on hand" dominoes to see if any of them can be played, before drawing from the pile.
*When all dominoes have been drawn, keep going around the circle to see if a player can play from his "on hand".
*Winner is the first person to use up all his dominoes. Or, when all dominoes that can be played have been used, the winner is the person with the fewest dominoes left.

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