A metals and their reactivity domino game

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A metals and their reactivity domino game

Teams of 4; 10 cards per student laid out on the table face upwards. One domino is put down and students have to look at all the other cards and decide which answer and question it pairs with. They will have to discuss possible answers; if they get the right answer the other half of the domino will match. Once they agree it’s correct pair; that pair is placed to one side and another card drawn. It keeps going until all the dominoes have found their partners.

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December 2013
This is a very nice resource. Thank you for the clear directions.
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May 2012
many thanks for your time and hard work. Look forward to using it
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November 2011
Excellent resource, looking forward to using this with my group
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February 2011
Well worth checking it beforehand and yes it really should be called 'Pairs' rather than dominoes! Well worded and effective. Thank you.
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July 2010
Thank you for a good resource.
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February 2009
good game for the class to play towards the end of the metals topics :) many thanks
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November 2008
I have to admit that i didn't really look at the game thoroughly before i used it, but it's not dominoes, it's pairs. it's a great game, so i'm not going to criticise it, but don't do what i did and just trust that it'll work!
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February 2008
This was a great 'game' for my class to play. Revision of the topic without knowing it.