Are Doubles Plus One perplexing your students?
First, the concept assumes they have their doubles facts memorized. We have been working on this through our math rings, but we are not there yet! To help my students out, I made them little cheat sheets with domino doubles. Then I created some guided math centers. Right now, we are tackling Doubles Plus One and next up is Doubles Minus One (why anyone would need to do it this way is beyond me, but it is part of the math series). Then, I will have the students do a guided math center of Doubles Minus or Plus One!
I created a whole Common Core aligned, domino themed math centers packet. If you are a follower, then you already know that I love to use dominos for fact family work.
Why I love dominos:
1. They are sturdy and will last forever.
2. You can spray them with Lysol to kill germs.
3. They are colorful and cheap! Click here to check some out on Amazon.
4. They are instant math accessories!
Yes, dominos are the best!
Here are samples from the centers included in my packet. Just click on the pictures to check out the packet on TpT. I included a free sample of the Domino Doubles Minus and Plus One in the preview file. Click "Download Preview" to get it for free.
PS - If you already purchased this packet, you should be able to re-download and grab the new doubles centers.