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Fruit Dominoes and Riddles Activity for Kindergarten, Primary and ESl Students

This is the Animal Dominos video, but the set up is the same 🙂

This is a whole class activity that can be done in groups or pairs. I love doing this as its a real chance for students to engage with their work and for the teacher to target help where it is needed. A self directed learning win!!

Students are given a board and the fruit/description and have to match the description to the fruit and glue it to the board. They go horizontal across the top and the bottom and vertically along the sides. TO make a frame around the centre.

Now the fruit are printed on A4 but the page they use to stick the animals on has to be A3 so that they fit around the outside!

When you ( or the students) cut out the dominos make sure there is a picture AND a description on the domino ( dominos have two sides) The description should not match the fruit on the domino.

Make sure the students know how to glue them as sometimes they will stick them all at the top. You can use page three on the PowerPoint as a rubric for this to show them what you are looking for, or if you want you can make on first!

Once they have finished, they can complete the centre part of the board and describe their favourite fruit and write what fruit there are in the pictures.

I have purposefully left out the fruit names, but tried to use ones that are know to younger learners in this version. If you wish to edit there is the option to buy that one for a dollar as well.

I have put examples in the file so it will be clearer!! I hope 😛

Most of resources can be premium downloaded below, they are all editable so you can adapt them for your, classes, students and schools. It also helps me with the costs of running the website!

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One Comment on “Fruit Dominoes and Riddles Activity for Kindergarten, Primary and ESl Students

  1. You’re awesome!! Thanks for this great work! We teachers are sharing your website to get your name out there!

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