í Domino Addition || ↠ PDF Read by ☆ Lynette Long

By Lynette Long | Comments: ( 680 ) | Date: ( Dec 08, 2019 )

It s time to spread out your dominoes and learn how to add Learning to add is fun when you use dominoes This bold, colorful counting book shows you how.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 hidden in the pictures With a simple but imaginative appIt s time to spread out your dominoes and learn how to add Learning to add is fun when you use dominoes This bold, colorful counting book shows you how.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 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.


  • Title: Domino Addition
  • Author: Lynette Long
  • ISBN: 9780881068771
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Paperback

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Lynette Long

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Comments Domino Addition

  • Mariah

    I read this book to my students and was disappointed. The book has you look for certain numbers and the do addition, but gives you the answers right away."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 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."


  • Stephanie

    This book demonstrates all the different ways to add a regular set of dominoes (through double sixes). Young children (3 to 5+) enjoy this basic yet fun approach to adding numbers.


  • Shani Cooper

    Domino Addition makes addition simple for readers using bold, clear pictures for readers to count dominoes and gain a better understanding of addition. In the classroom, a teacher could introduce an addition game that requires counting much like the book. Players take turns rolling number blocks. The students should add the two numbers together, counting the dots indvidually if necessary. The students repeat and continue to add the sums to their previous sums. The first student to reach twenty w [...]


  • Kathryn Sublett

    Students can use this book to practice addition problems in a different way. Every student has a different style of learning, so it is imperative for teachers to show struggling students another way to approach a problem. The teacher could give each student a domino and ask them what they can do with it. After reading the book, the teacher could ask the students the same question expecting addition as the answer. Students could talk with their neighbors about the total number they have on their [...]


  • Khadija Bensaadoun

    "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 domino piece and write an addition sentence. The students will be able to see how different number sentences can still result in the same sum!The activity can [...]


  • Andrea

    All the possible combinations of dominoes up to twelve are thoroughly enumerated in this book. While the book itself is simple it led my children on the laborious task of sorting all our dominoes into rows based on the number of total dots on the tile (And we have Dominoes with dots up to 24). That led to the sorting of all our Qwirkle cubes. That in turn led to the sorting of all our Lego Duplos by color and then the Pandemic blocks. Needless to say, the children enjoyed sorting for hours.


  • Joanie

    I used this book for an addition lesson in 1st grade. I read through this book and used the images as examples for what we were doing in our lesson. It's a great reference book to have in class and plus, students love using the dominoes so it was a nice manipulative to use for addition. Although the book is about addition, using dominoes will also be great for subtraction or multiplication. Another book to have at a math center/station.


  • Katie O'toole

    After reading this book, the students would use real dominoes to create the situations in the book. Teacher would write the answer to a question on the board and ask each group to create a group of dominoes that make that answer. For instance, I may write '25 dots' on the board, and a group may use a domino with 5 dots on one side, and 3 dots on the other, connected to a 3 dot, 4 dot domino, connected to a 4 dot, 3 dot domino, connected to a 3 dot, zero dot domino.


  • Vanessa Peavy

    I finally can use my giant blocks of dominoes that have been hiding away in my closet. This book teaches the concept of addition. Those who have a hard time with addition can benefit from using actual dominoes to learn addition. They would be able to visual that 2=5 equals 7. Allowing them to count and feel the dots on the domino game piece may help them remember a little more about addition because they were able to hold it, play with it and manipulate it.Grade K-2


  • Hannah Smith-Morgan

    This is a great little book that gets students thinking about different ways that numbers add up. It features a different number on each page (1-12) and shows the different possible domino combinations. The students loved answering the addition questions and looking for the numbers that add up to the right number. This was used as part of a math lesson that teaches different ways to make 8 and 9. This would be a really handy book to have to use with math lessons.


  • Hatka Kecalovic

    The book Domino Addition by Lynette Long uses dominoes to introduce students to the concept of addition. The book can also be used for lessons on numbers. The book serves as a good resource for teaching students halves. The book can also accompanied with a domino activity in which students can use dominoes to learn addition. This book can be used in Kindergarten to 5 grade classrooms.


  • Sarwat

    This 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. Using actaul dominos to explain addition step by step would be very helpful to students who may have trouble with this abstract concept.


  • Quynh Le

    I can bring in dominoes that my students can use along with the reading of this book. I like dominoes because my students can count the spots on each dominoes and compare how a domino with one spot look versus a domino with 8 spots. I also like that for 0, there's literally a black space with nothing on it, so we can talk about how 0+0 is still 0.


  • Denise

    This visual representation of addition is awesome. It gives those dominoes that are collecting dust in my closet manipulative status! I know a few teachers who can use this book and an old set of dominos to bring addition to life! Thanks Tumblebooks for making this book available!


  • Joey Fong

    Using dominos to explain additionstep by step is a great way to teach such abstract concept that students may have trouble with. I think this is a great book in explaining addition facts to young learners. highly recommended. I've taught several lessons with dominos and they were very successful!


  • Isela

    Domino Addition, is book that shows students how to add from 0 to 10, with dominoes. I like the different colorful pages in the book and the concept that I can use domino in a math game. However, I would like to know if children find it interesting?


  • Jane

    I would like to use this book to teach young students about addition. It will help children to recognize the pattern and help them with number sense. I would let children to write a vertical number sentence by using a domino.


  • Julie Webb

    Good addition practice Better for one-on-one practice than whole group


  • Connie

    yawner


  • Michael D.

    A wonderful book with simple pictures and great color to introduce Pre-K students to simple addition using dots, etc. for number operations- counting.


  • Abi

    Dominoes are a great tool to teach addition. This book shows different ways to add numbers up to 12 using dominoes.


  • extraordinary ordinary whimsy

    GREAT book for introducing addition. We went through it a few pages at a time with physical dominoes. Then we would mix up all the dominoes and put them in order by their sum.


  • Mallory White

    This book teaches subitizing ( looking at something and just "seeing it" ) . It is awesome for early addition and you could even reverse it and use it for subtraction!


  • Cosette

    Wish I had read this to all my kids - perfect for teaching addition!


  • Kyle Baldwin

    Uses dominos to count and add in a fun engaging way. Can be extended by using dominos in the class as a manipulative.


  • E

    Potential Problems: NonePersonal Response: I think other counting books would be better and more interactive than this.


  • Sarah

    Great for teaching addition and practicing the skill of subitizing.


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