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# Free time domino worksheet maker

Worksheet maker for telling time domino stones. It is very easy and fast to create your time domino set and very flexible. In the set of 28 domino stones, you have a set of 7 different times (like domino from 0 until 6 dots); while in the set of 55, you have 10 different times. But you can also print several sets and mixed the sets.

The time domino uses the same rules as the normal domino. Only the scoring is different, because you cannot count the dots. You can apply different scoring rules; the student who finish first wins the game and no scoring is done or you can count to stones not played by the 'losers'. But I think that scoring is not the most important part of the time domino game. This game is fun and extremely useful to let the players practice their skills.

There is still some work to do after the printing. Glue the worksheet(s) on a thick paper or cardboard (or use thick paper to print). Cut out the stones with a cutter. This will take a little bit. And now you are ready to play!

## Create your time domino worksheet

Size of the domino set:

Numbers in the clock:

Time intervals:

12/24 hours:

Time notation:

## Size of the domino set

There are two set size. 28 stones (set of double six) for a set if 7 different times or 55 stones (set of double 9) with 10 different times. You can also print more sets and combine the those set. It creates a larger set where more players can attend the game.

## Numbers in the clock

You can choose which numbers are printed in the clock face. The choices are: no numbers, to make it more challenging; Or only print the quarter hours; Or all the hours.

## Time intervals

With the time interval you determine which times can be used in the time domino set. The easiest for the beginners are hourly interval, only whole hour times are used. While the most difficult is a 5 minute interval.

## 12/24 hours

This 12/24 hours setting is only relevant for the printed time. When you choose for the digital notation. The time can be printed as 9:00 or 9:00 pm or 21:00. The setting doesn’t change anything for the clock face.

## Time notation

You can choose how the time is printed (on the right side of the time domino stone).
‘Spoken’ prints the time like: It’s ten past nine.
‘Digital’ will print a digital like 21:10.
It is just a small mouse click for you, but a giant help for me.

Thank you!