Here's a fun change from traditional dominoes - a set featuring cute African animals! Play the game in the same way, but match animals instead of dots. You can also laminate the cards or glue them onto craft foam so you can re-use them.
Dominoes have always been a favourite with children - and adults, too. They are simple to learn and help children learn a number of different skills, including turn-taking, observation, matching, strategy etc. And of course they are just good plain fun!
Our printable dominoes games come in all sorts of varieties so that you can tie them in with your topics or your child's current interests. Print onto card and use "as is" - or laminate them for repeat use. You can also glue each card to a rectangle of craft foam if you want a more tactile playing piece.
Print out our animal dominoes game and play just like ordinary dominoes. The tiles are large and the graphics are fun so that young children will enjoy them.
If you fancy a change from traditional dominoes, try playing with our cute Australian animal version! Instead of matching dots, you'll need to match animals such as koalas, wombats and echidnas!
Print out this dominoes game for the kids. Instead of dots they will need to match the different colours and shapes of the Autumn leaves.
It's time to go back to school, but that doesn't mean the fun has to stop! Instead of matching the dots, match up our fun back to school illustrations. You can laminate the dominoes or stick them onto foam or cardboard to make them more durable if you prefer.
The kids will love playing this bright and cheerful version of dominoes, where the aim is to match pretty birds instead of black and white dots!
Here's a perfect birthday party activity! Print out these colourful birthday-themed dominoes onto some card and play just like ordinary dominoes. Or you could print a few sets and put into party bags for your guests to take home!
These Bunny Dominoes are a fun variation on traditional dominoes, perfect for kids to play at Easter. Just print and cut out! You can laminate the cards for durability if you want, or even stick them to rectangles of craft foam for a more "toddler" friendly feel.
Here's a game of dominoes with a difference! Instead of dots, match the butterflies. Just print out the cards and enjoy. You could laminate the cards or glue them to a rectangle of craft foam for extra stability if you wish.
We've used colourful buttons instead of black and white dots for these gorgeous dominoes with a fun twist! Print onto some card, cut out the dominoes (laminate or glue onto craft foam for extra durability), then play in the same way as traditional dominoes.
Dominoes are a great way to teach children recognition skills whilst having lots of fun too! To play with this colourful car set, simply print onto card and cut the dominoes out, then play in the same way as regular dominoes, matching the coloured cars instead of dots.
Cat lovers will love this cute version of dominoes featuring adorable cartoon cats! Print onto some card (laminate or stick onto craft foam if you prefer), then play in the same way as usual dominoes by matching the pictures.
These beautifully illustrated Chinese New Year dominoes make a lovely alternative to traditional dominoes. Print onto some card, then laminate, or stick onto craft foam if you wish to make them more durable. They'd also make a lovely Chinese New Year gift...
Have a game of dominoes with a difference! Instead of matching the dots, match up our fun Christmas illustrations. You can make the cards more substantial for younger children, if you want, by sticking them to rectangles of craft foam cut very slightly bigger than the cards.
This challenging set of dominoes cards tests your children's knowledge of the world's countries, cities, rivers and oceans. Play as a game or as a solo challenge. Either way, see if the kids can match up the cards correctly. They may want to keep an atlas to hand!
Here's a printable version of "dinosaur dominoes" which dinosaur fans will love! Play with normal dominoes rules but instead of matching dots, match dinos!
Our printable division dominoes are a useful tool to help the children practise their maths skills - this set practises dividing by 2, 5 and 10. Print onto paper, laminate if you prefer and cut them out ready for use.
These dominos are designed to help your students learn how to divide in a fun and engaging way. Print them onto paper or card then cut out ready to use - you can also laminate them to make them more durable.
The kids can have some fun practising dividing by 6, 7 and 9 with these printable division dominoes. There are 30 dominoes in this set, available in UK and US versions below.
This useful set of division dominoes will help the children have fun while they practise dividing by 11 and 12 - try as an activity against the clock or in small groups. Available in UK and US versions below.
Practising division skills won't seem like a chore with these fun dominoes! This set has a mix of times tables up to 12 that will really test the kids whilst helping them learn.
Woof woof! Here are some fun dominoes with a doggy theme! Print onto some card, cut out, then laminate or glue onto craft foam if you want to make them a little stronger.
Print and cut out these Easter Egg dominoes cards for an Easter-themed game to play with your children! Laminate the cards for durability if you like, or stick them to rectangles of craft foam for a more "toddler" friendly feel. Click the image below for the downloadable page.
There are some very funny faces on these dominoes - much more fun to play with than the usual black and white dots! Great for kids of all ages...
Here's a fun set of dominoes featuring a cute collection of farm animals - a bit more interesting than black and white dots! Just match the animals to play. To make a sturdier game you could glue the cards to a rectangle of craft foam, or laminate them.
Play dominoes with our bright and colourful feet dominoes cards! The bright colours make it a little easier for younger children, and certainly more fun! Laminate the cards if you want to make them last a bit longer...
The kids will love playing dominoes with these super fish dominoes cards. Instead of matching dots, match the fish! Fun for all the family and for kids of all ages...
Learn about the five senses while you have a fun game of dominoes! Print and cut out our five senses dominoes, then laminate or back onto card or foam.
Why play dominoes with boring black and white dots when you can play with colourful flowers instead? These gorgeous flower dominoes are easy to print and cut out, and you can laminate them or stick them onto craft foam to make them more durable if you prefer.
Print out this set of football-themed dominoes and enjoy a game! You can print onto card and laminate, or glue each page to a piece of craft foam before cutting out to give the dominoes a bit of thickness.
Do you know which ocean lies to the south of India, and which country lies north of Switzerland? No? Well, grab an atlas and challenge yourself to find out, then put these printable dominoes together correctly. We've also provided an answer sheet just in case you get stuck.
The pictures on these funky kids dominoes are so much fun you'll be playing with a huge smile on your face the whole time! If you'd like your dominoes to last a bit longer, laminate them or stick them onto craft foam.
Activity Village has a huge range of printable dominoes that are useful for all kinds of activities. In this guest blog post, Shelly tries out a set of flag dominoes.
Print out this set of Halloween dominoes. Cut out the cards and play just like an ordinary dominoes game, except that you match the Halloween pictures rather than the dots! Click the link below for our printable version.
Playing with these bright and cheerful hand dominoes is bound to put a smile on anyone's face! Just match the same coloured hands to play. You can make your dominoes a little sturdier by sticking onto craft foam or by laminating them.
Print out our hearts dominoes game and play just like ordinary dominoes. The tiles are large and the heart graphics are very pretty - perfect for Valentine's Day or girly occasions!
Print these colourful minibeast dominoes onto card, cut out and laminate for extra durability. They would make an excellent party bag filler.
Play a dominoes game or a solo challenge, matching the capital cities with their countries, with this set of dominoes cards. Just print and cut out, making sure that you only cut on the horizontal dotted lines.
Here's a gorgeous set of monster dominoes to print, cut out and play with. instead of matching the dots, match the monsters ... much more fun!
Help the kids learn the names of the countries and capital cities of North America, as well as the country flags, with this collection of dominoes games. Play with 2 or 3 players by dealing out the cards, or just play solo and see if you can match them all up!
The illustrations on these colourful number dominoes are so much fun that we think the kids will enjoy playing with them for hours! Simply print onto card, then back onto craft foam or laminate to make them stronger and more durable if you wish.
These colourful number dominoes are fun to play with, and a great way for younger kids to practise their number recognition and matching skills. To make them more suitable for younger children you can stick each one onto craft foam, or laminate them.
We think the kids will love playing with these fun penguin dominoes! Print them onto some card, cut out and laminate for extra durability. They would make a lovely stocking or party bag filler!
Children will love matching cute pets instead of dots in our fun dominoes game! Simply print out onto paper or card, then stick onto craft foam or laminate if you wish.
Play a traditional game of dominoes with these printable dominoes cards, but instead of matching dots, match the words that begin with the same initial sound. Fun for kids of all ages.
Play a traditional game of dominoes with these printable dominoes cards, but instead of matching dots, match the words that rhyme. Fun for kids of all ages. You could laminate the cards if you like, or glue them onto rectangles of craft foam for a more substantial "tile".
Here's a fun twist on traditional dominoes. Can the children match the sea creatures instead of the traditional dots? This would be a fun game after a trip to the aquarium or seaside!
These colourful seaside dominoes might be handy for long journeys this summer, or for playing whilst on holiday! Simple print, cut out the dominoes (laminate or back onto card or foam to make them stronger if you prefer), then you're ready to play!
Play dominoes with our printable snake dominoes cards. Instead of matching dots, match snakes! To make the cards more suitable for younger children you can stick each one onto a square of craft foam, or laminate them. Children will have to match colours and patterns too...
We have 4 variations of these dominoes cards featuring South American countries, capital cities and flags in various combinations - great for fun learning! Cut out the dominoes along horizontal lines (leaving the left and right side joined together).
Spring is full of colour, and so are these bright and cheerful dominoes! If you'd like your dominoes to last a bit longer, laminate them or stick them onto craft foam.
The children will have hours of fun playing with these bright and cheerful star dominoes. Try laminating them or sticking onto card or craft foam to make them a bit more durable. You could use this set of dominoes to practise colours, too.
Print and cut out these Thanksgiving dominoes cards for a fun game to play with your children! Laminate the cards for durability if you prefer, or stick them to rectangles of craft foam. Click the image below for the downloadable page.
Practise the 2, 5 and 10 times tables with a fun game of dominoes. Play in pairs or just as a solo challenge, trying to match them all up correctly.
3, 4 and 8 are the times tables featured in this set of dominoes. Slice them horizontally and then see if you can join them all up correctly.
Practise the 6, 7 and 9 times tables with this set of simple dominoes. Cut them out and then try to match all the cards like in a normal dominoes game. If you do them right you should be able to make them go round in a circle and join up again!
The 11 times table is always fun, but the 12 times table can be a real challenge to learn! Here is a set of dominoes to make it a bit more fun...
This final set of times tables dominoes mixes in facts from all the tables, to really keep the kids on their toes!
Print out our transport dominoes game and play just like ordinary dominoes. The tiles are large and the graphics are fun so that young children (especially boys!) will enjoy them.
Here are some fun dominoes with a weather theme! Just match the colourful pictures to play. You can make a sturdier game by glueing the cards onto some craft foam or you could laminate them if you prefer.
Play a traditional game of dominoes with these printable wildlife dominoes cards, but instead of matching dots, match these cute wildlife illustrations! Fun for kids of all ages.
Here are some fun dominoes with a winter theme! Just match the pictures to play. You can make a sturdier game by glueing the cards onto some craft foam or you could laminate them.