Many parents remember struggling to learn math. We hope to provide a better experience for our children.

And one of the best ways for children to enjoy learning is through hands-on play.

*Subitizing *means recognizing how many items are in a set without having to count one-by-one. It’s a strong foundation for early number skills, and this game is a great way to practice it.

Fun for players of all ages!

*“Domino Match” is free on this website for one week only. It’s an excerpt from Counting & Number Bonds: Math Games for Early Learners, which is available as an ebook at my publisher’s store (where you get all formats for one low price, and I earn higher no-middleman royalties) or through other online retailers, or by special request through your local library. Read more about my playful math books here.*

## Domino Match

**Math Concepts:** counting to six, subitizing with dot patterns, visual memory, matching sets.

**Players:** two or more.

**Equipment:** one set of double-six dominoes, two six-sided dice.