For 2-4 players. These cards are similar to traditional dominoes, with arithmetic problems instead of numbers. These cards should work just as well when printed in black and white. The colours do
not necessarily match up, and do not add to the game in any way.


Answers/Solutions used in this game are: 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 16, 18, 20 and 24

Object: To be the first to run out of all of your dominoes.
Set up: Deal out domino cards; 7 cards each for 2 players; 6 cards each for 3 players; 5 cards each for 4 players


-Choose which player starts. To do this, players each choose a card from the deck. The player with the highest value solution goes first.
-Play then proceeds clockwise.
-Players match identical solutions of their dominoes to the evergrowing snake of domino cards.

-If a player cannot play a domino card, they must draw a new domino card. This new card can be
played straight away if the domino cards allow, and play continues.
-The winner is the first person to play all of their domino cards.

-If no one can play a domino card, and there are no more draw cards in the deck, the game ends. -The winner is the player with the least number of cards in their hand. A draw is possible.

Arithmetic Dominoes