Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Product Swap: Dottie Domino!


I have joined up with Mrs. Stanford and her inspirational Product Swap!  I was very excited to be paired up with Michelle from Inspired by Kindergarten.  I received her adorable Dottie Domino pack!  Boy, was I excited!!!!!

Check out all this lamination:

Here are some of my favorite activities:

These adorable practice pages will be perfect during addition week!  I just hit print and slid them into page protectors.  My kiddos will use dry erase markers to answer the domino addition questions.  You can also copy with black and white and use as a worksheet!

Next, I just love the Domino Train Game!  This is perfect for beginning of the year or an easy Math Center to throw together.  I just printed the page and laminated on red construction paper.  So easy to explain!!! 

I am in LOVE with this game.  Can we say higher order thinking???  This game is called Switcheroo!  The kids pick a Domino (your own or her adorable domino's that you can print with the pack).  Then, find the Domino's with the same sum.  So perfect for addition week!  LOVE it!!!

And of course, she includes Domino's of all different sizes for you to print and use for subitizing, playing Domino's, the options are endless!!!

These are just a few of the many resources packed into her Dottie Domino pack!  Click here to check it out!


Thanks Michelle, I've really enjoyed printing these things off for the new school year!


  1. Thanks so much Becky! What a great review! I had so much fun reviewing your packet and I LOVE it!

  2. Great product!!!

    ✏ Mrs. Stanford's Class ✏
    ❤ I hope you enjoyed the swap!! If you would like to join again the link to sign up is on my post :)

  3. May I first say that I LOVE your blog colors!!! I also think your Color Words pack is great and I will be purchasing it to use with my K's. I found your blog through the Newbie blog hop and am now a follower. I'd love for you to visit back and check out my blog (and enter my giveaway if you would like.)
    Adventures In Teaching