In this activity, you learn the rules and regulations of domino. Copy the chart in your
acovi notebook and arrange the statements according to the sequence on how the game
Put a dot on the first step, 2 dots on the second step, 3 dots on the third step, and so
on Place your answers on the box at the left side of the statements.
The first player places the first tile, usually a double-six, on the table. If no
one holds the double-six, then the double-five is played, and so on.
Once you begin drawing tiles, they are typically placed on-edge so that you
and your opponent can see your own tiles, but without showing the value of
the tiles. Every player can thus see how many tiles remain in the other
players hands at all times during game.
The dominoes must be shuffled to make a boneyard.
As you take turns placing tiles with your opponent, if someone cannot
make a move, you can draw a tile from the boneyard.
The game ends when you have played all your tiles, or when a game is
Each of the players choose a domino at random, with first move going to
the player holding the “heavier” domino.
Kayo nalang po maghanap 🙂 sana maka tulong at maka ginhawa kayo sa modules nyo 🙂 hehe