Star Dominoes

Here’s a fun, modern twist on the traditional dominoes – jazzed up with star stickers as well as numbers. It gives endless potential for different versions of the game, as well as ‘matching’ games – all while learning at the same time!

Skill Level


Time to Make

30 minutes

Adult Supervision Needed


How to Make

  1. Decide how many dominoes you want – both starred and numbered sets – and cut out the blanks from coloured card. Make sure the blanks are big enough to hold as many star stickers on one half as you’re going to want to use – so if you want to go up to number 10, one side of a domino blank will have to have ten star stickers on it.
  2. Take one set of blanks and, using self-adhesive number stickers, place a number on each side of each blank domino, using the picture as a guide.
  3. Do the same for the second set, but instead of using numbers use star stickers. So, for example stick one star sticker on one side of the blank and three on the other side. Repeat until you have a complete set of both numbered and starred dominoes, then you’re ready to check out our learning guide and start playing!

Top Tip

Lay out the highest number of star stickers you’re going to want to use before cutting the domino blanks, as you’ll need to make sure the blanks are big enough to house that number of stars on one side.

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