Domino Designer
Follow a professional domino artist and see how she incorporates rounding numbers into her creations.Tacy Rowan, Tracy Webster

Today’s Activities

Domino Designer

Read “Domino Designer” and meet an artist who creates amazing domino displays.

What would you create in a domino display? Make a list of the number of dominoes you would use in your design.


Explore the Math Talk section of “Domino Designer”  to learn about how to round numbers using real-world examples.

How are toys invented?

Watch the video to discover the answer and don’t forget to vote for next week’s question. There are mysteries all around us. Have fun and stay curious!

Design your own toy!

Can you design your own toy? Draw a picture of your idea and use words to describe what it looks like and what it does.

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Focus on giving information: Describe to someone in your home your favorite game and how to play it. When describing how to play the game, explain it as if the person has never played it before.

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