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Today's Tip: 
July 19, 2016
Domino Addition

Use dominoes to practice addition facts. Two players each turn over one domino. Each player adds up the sum of his or her domino. Whoever has the highest sum wins and gets to keep both of the dominoes. The player with the most dominoes at the end of the game wins. This easy-to-transport game is ideal for in the car, at the store, in the doctor’s waiting room, or at restaurants. 
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