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Over 4 weeks
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By video demonstration, students will be taught the rules, rule variations, and strategy for “Five Up,” a basic scoring game played with 2 to 4 players. Students will also be taught the rules and strategy for two solitaire (played by one player) games by video demonstration. In addition, a brief history of domino pieces and games played with a set of dominoes will be presented, along with a mini-vocabulary lesson of domino terms and fun tales of domino games from around the world. Full rules...
I am the published author of a domino games instruction book, Great Book of Domino Games (Sterling Publishing, 1999), and of several magazine articles about the phenomenon of domino games in Cuba and Jamaica; at campsites across the U.S.A and tea shops in Iraq; and around the globe. I also have experience organizing and leading a domino league for children ages 5 to 12. Please follow my Teacher Facebook page, Jennifer Howell - Independent, Online Instructor at https://www.facebook.com/Jennifer-Howell-Independent-Online-Instructor-100102958542539 Note: My last name has changed (from Kelley to Howell) since the publishing of the book. The 20th anniversary edition of the book will be out soon.
Students will need a set of double-6 dominoes, as well as a pencil and paper for keeping a score. If you do not have a set of dominoes, you may make your own with thick paper or cardboard. If your set of dominoes is not a double-6 set, dominoes can be removed from a larger set to create a new set, as needed. For example, dominoes can be removed from a double-12 or double-9 set to create a double-6 set. In this same way, dominoes can be removed from a double-6 set to create a double-3 set. Although a double-6 set is needed for this section, larger sets will be required for future sections. Please keep this in mind if you are purchasing dominoes and wish for your student to participate in future sections or to play games which require a larger set. Please see the videos posted on the classroom page for instructions on how to make your own set of dominoes from cardboard or what dominoes are needed to create a double-6 set.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Miss Jenny's Cool School
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
232 total reviews
284 completed classes
Jennifer Howell has a BA degree in Education, is special education certified, and her professional experience includes special ed (Grades K to 5 and 9) for 3 yrs.; substitute (Grades pre-K to 12; all subjects) for 10 yrs.; English for non-native...