I also finished my domino centers. I started these last month but edited them several times to get them just right. I LOVE them because you can use them all year. They are also differentiated for all learners.
There are two different Domino Parking Lots. A blank like you see above and one with numbers 1-10. I have also included a recording sheet to. When kids record the dots and the numbers, and it helps them to visualize different ways to make a number.
I have included 3 sheets with dominoes to count and three sheets with dominoes to add. You could use these in a small group when teaching the concept. These could be used as a assessment piece. Do students get the concept?
There are two blank sheets for counting and two blank sheets for adding. The difference between the two is one has a name for paper/pencil use and one is for laminating and placing at a center.
There are two forms for word problems. Talk about think math! In the beginning, some students may draw 7 dots and draw 7 balloons. Later on, we want them to draw something like three red balloons and four blue balloons. Eventually, we hope they will write, "I see 3 red balloons and 4 blue balloons. There are 7 balloons." This packets also includes direction for two more games and a set of dominoes.
You can get this at my TPT store.