March 3, 2023

# Domino Counting Math Games for Kindergarten

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Help kids practice counting and number recognition with this free printable domino counting game.Â  ThisÂ counting game is such a fun, simple to set-up counting activity for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age students to work on those tricky teen numbers! Simply print theÂ Â domino printable and you are ready to play and learn with counting games for kindergarten.

## Domino math games kindergarten

This Domino Counting activity requires no prep! Pick which domino game you want to play and simply print theÂ counting game below. Set the number grid out with domino pieces. ThisÂ counting game for kindergarntersÂ and preschoolers is simple, fun, and effective at helping kid practice counting to 20. Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler you will love the options to practice counting on your own or playing thisÂ counting activity with others.

## Dominio Counting

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> ____ <<. TheÂ counting printables pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the template.

## Kindergarten domino games

All you need for this game is the free printable (below) and a set of double 9 dominoes.

You can play this by your self by giving children this page and a pile of double 8 dominos. Kids will count the dots and put them on the correct spots to count to 18.

## Domino activities for kindergarten

If you prefer, you can play against others and see who can get 3-in-a-row or the whole card filled first.

To play this counting game with others, put a pile of double 9 dominos in the middle of the table face down. Each child will need a Counting sheet (in printable below).

The first player picks a domino, counts the dots, and places it on their sheet if they have the corresponding number. If not they return it to the pile facedown. Play continues until someone gets 3-in-a-row.

Hint: You can also play this with a memory twist by putting the dominos face down in the middle of the table in a grid. Then students can remember where already counted dominos are and pick them up for their turn.

## Counting Activities 0-10

If you are looking for some more fun, engaging, hands-on, and free printable counting activities for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners – check out these great resources!

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## Math Activities for Kindergarten

Looking for more early math activities to make learning to count, add, shapes, and more FUN? Check out these free resources:

## Counting dominoes worksheets

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