Board games can be a fun reward or a nice change for students with special needs. Dominoes can be used for many different things. Participants can play the traditional game for competition. You can teach them number recognition as well as pattern identification. Stacking dominoes also works on eye-hand coordination as well as finger dexterity and fine motor skills. Creating the dominoes track helps students understand special awareness, works on eye-hand coordination, as well as gives them visual and auditory stimulation when the dominoes start to fall and knock each other down.
Board games are great for hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, turn taking, social skills and direction following.
28-piece hardwood Double-Six model.