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The Chained Domino Generator is an evolution of the traditional domino game and allows us to generate a chained domino game, with the pictograms that we have selected (see “My Selection” and “Work Folder“), which we can print, cut out and use with our students.
Chained dominoes are characterized by the fact that the second element of each tile connects with the first of another tile and the second element of the last tile connects with the first of the first tile.
The handling of this tool is very similar to that explained above for the domino generator. In a playful way, you can work on aspects related to semantic fields, reading, attention, concentration, …
In Step 1 we must look for the pictograms that we are going to include in our Goose Game and add them to our selection. We will need a minimum of 2 pictograms or images that we have uploaded to the work folder or to my selection to make a chained bingo.
Once the pictograms that we are going to use in Step 1 have been selected, we click on the Step 2 tab and the following window appears:
Within the domino configuration we can write a statement that will be printed on top of it and define the type of domino we want to create. The options we have are: In this second step you can configure general variables such as the Paper Size and its orientation.
|Different types of chained dominoes|
In addition to the type of dominoes, different aspects related to the tiles can be configured, such as their orientation (horizontal or vertical), size (Normal or Large) or color (of the borders).
Finally, for dominoes that carrytext, we can configure afont, or size and a cor.
Pressing theGenerate Dominoes button will generate an RTF document that can be opened and modified with Microsoft Wordor Open Office before printing.