It's a fun way for young ones to learn dominos, and improve counting and matching skills too!
Picture Dominos features a colorful spinner and a deck of two-sided domino cards. Many ways for children to play adds fun variety to game time.
Examples of game play variations include:
Picture Dominoes: Place the double-6 card on the play surface. Players spin the spinner and play the number of cards indicated. Players line up the cards end to end, with matching pictures or numbers touching. The first to run out of cards wins!
Numbers and Pictures: Use both sides of the domino cards, alternating pictures of objects and numbers: If a number 6 is at the end of the line, players must match it to a card with 6 objects pictured on it.
Draw Dominoes: Deal four cards to each player and mix the rest in the game box or a paper bag as a draw pile. Players take turns adding to the line, drawing a card from the draw pile when they cannot play. The first player to run out of cards wins!
Press & Spin Game: Picture Dominos
A little domino set with big fun for young players
Great for color matching, identifying numbers, counting & interaction
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I brought this game with me when I visited my grandkids. It's great for traveling because it is compact & can fit in my purse or backpack. I played it with 3 of my grandkids ages 2-6. My 2 year old grandson loved the popup spinner & trying to match the objects. The other two had a fun time matching #'s & objects. It's a great educational game. They also really liked the Press & Spin Bye Bye Balloon game. That one kept the attention of my 2 year old grandson longer.
Great for fun and learning!
Posted 11/26/2013 by Chantel Mills
When the Press & Spin Game: Picture Dominoes arrived my 4 year old son was so excited to get it out of the box. It held his attention longer than most games do. He enjoyed pressing the spinner and then matching the cards. It has several different levels of play, so even my two year old was able to join in on the fun when we used the picture side of the cards. We have played the game daily since it arrived. It is definitely one of our favorite games and well worth the small amount we paid for it.
Fun learning game
Posted 7/14/2013 by Grandma Linda
Love the spinner. Doesn't get lost like dice do and is something different for my 4-year old grandson. Good way for him to associate the numerals with the number of objects. He enjoyed playing with his dad.
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