# Area Dominoes

Product Code: MT46271
A 24-piece domino game perfect for developing understanding of surface measurement and its notation.

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## Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Set of Twenty-Four

Set of 24 pieces to play the simple game of dominoes and teach area calculations. Ideal for engaging children in learning about surface measurement.

Square Centimetres

The diagrams and notation are expressed in square centimetres. This visual representation reinforces children's understanding of surface measurement, aiding in grasping abstract concepts.

Durable Material

Made from durable, washable plastic, these dominoes are suitable for frequent classroom use. Their resilience ensures they withstand wear and tear, providing a long-lasting educational tool.

Multi-Skill Benefits

Domino games help develop concentration, fine motor skills, spatial awareness, hand-eye coordination, and colour recognition.

Supports Year 5

Supports Year 5 curriculum by calculating and comparing rectangular areas in standard units like square centimetres and square metres.

## Area Dominoes

A 24-piece domino game perfect for developing understanding of surface measurement and its notation.

#### Overview

• Domino games are beneficial for children in developing concentration, fine motor skills, spatial awareness, hand-eye coordination, and colour recognition. Made from hard-wearing, washable plastic, this game engages children in learning about surface measurement, ensuring participation and fun. Teachers can assess children's understanding of the area, fostering both independent and collaborative learning.

• This set aligns with the UK curriculum, aiding Year 5 children in calculating and comparing the area of rectangles using standard units like square centimetres and square metres. For Year 4, it helps to find the area of rectilinear shapes by counting squares.

• Reinforcing measurement concepts, these durable plastic dominoes ensure frequent use without wear. This set offers a practical approach to teaching complex mathematical concepts.

##### Supports the National Curriculum

Mathematics, Year 5, Measurement

Calculate and compare the area of rectangles (including squares), including using standard units, square centimetres (cm²) and square metres (m²), and estimate the area of irregular shapes.

Mathematics, Year 4, Measurement

Find the area of rectilinear shapes by counting squares.

Mathematics, Year 6, Measurement

Calculate, estimate and compare volume of cubes and cuboids using standard units, including cubic centimetres (cm³) and cubic metres (m³), and extending to other units (for example, mm³ and km³).

Pack size

• Single

• Material

• Plastic

Height

• 0.3 cm

• Length

• 8 cm

• Width

• 4 cm