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  • Item #: 016595
    Retail: $3.99
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    These twelve wooden dice feature four primary colors (red, blue, green, and yellow) and are numbered one through six. There are three dice in each color, and the numerical number is given instead of the traditional dots. Adding color to your probability activities will give your children an added rolling challenge! – elise

  • Item #: 049325
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    Standard dice allow you to roll from 1-6. This particular set allows you to roll from 7-12. It includes six 20 mm dice: 2 spotted, 2 numbered, and 2 vocable. Take the number 7 for example. The spotted die would show 7 dots, the numbered die would show "7", and the vocable die would show "seven". ~ Anh

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  • Item #: 057085
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  • Item #: 048995
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    Here's a set that'll satisfy all your dice needs! Numbers, not dots, are displayed on the sides of the standard-sized dice. There's a white 4-sided, a red 6-sided, a black 8-sided, a blue 10-sided, a green 12-sided, and a yellow 20-sided die. ~Rachel

  • Item #: 029767
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    Invented by Sam Kass and Karen Bryla, Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock die alter the probability of success and failure of a throw by adding extra variables to the more traditional game of Rock, Paper, Scissors. The reason for the addition of lizard and Spock is twofold: the first is that as long as you have an odd number of moves available and the moves can trump at least half of the others, while being defeated by the remaining half of moves, you maintain probability balance. The second is that with more options available to the player, the less frequently ties will occur.

    The rules for RPSLS are as follows: Paper Covers Rock, Rock Smashes Scissors, Scissors Cut Paper, Spock Vaporizes Rock, Spock Smashes Scissors, Lizard Eats Paper, Lizard Poisons Spock, Lizard Scared Away by Scissors, Rock Smashes Lizard, and Paper Disproves Spock. The rules of engagement are printed on the back of the package for easy reference, but after a few games most will get the hang of how the new parameters affect each other. These dice are ten-sided, legibly minted and made of fine plastic. A clever way to introduce the concept of probability to younger audiences. ~ Nick

  • Item #: 047531
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  • Item #: 004478
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    Now you can count from one to twelve (I to XII) using Roman Numeral dice! This set contains three identical six-sided dice with Roman Numerals I through VI (one through six), and three identical dice with Roman Numerals VII through XII (seven through twelve). These white wooden dice measure 20mm and can be used for a variety of math and counting purposes. Or use them in place of standard dice in board games for Roman Numeral practice. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 047530
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  • Item #: 047537
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  • Item #: 047527
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  • Item #: 057087
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  • Item #: 057086
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  • Item #: 057084
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  • Item #: 039758
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    Don't wake the baby! Here is a math dice game you can play while the littlest one is napping. Foam dice are quiet when rolled. No babies in the house? Still a pleasant thought! Each die is .75" square. Fourteen yellow dice show a digit on each side (not dots) and then 6 red dice show an operation (+, -, =, <, >, x.) Shake 'em and roll 'em and make up a math problem to solve! It's more fun than a worksheet! ~ Sara

  • Item #: 057088
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  • Item #: 051220
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    Roll a winner! Make up games with these 16 mm dense foam dice. This set contains 12 dice that are about the size of standard-sized dice, with 2 of each color in red, orange, yellow, green, blue and white. Use them as regular dice by marking them with dots and a black marker. Or write a number or letter on each side and create your own little game. Have kids roll the dice and add the numbers or make a list of words that start with each letter they roll. The possibilities are endless! ~ Sara

    CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs.

  • Item #: 036062
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    Love board games, but hate having to chase after dice that fall on the floor when the two dice collide on the board and ricochet in opposite directions)? Well, chase no more! This 3/4" six-sided die is made out of a transparent colored plastic and holds a tiny 5/16" solid white die inside. Shake and roll one die and you have two numbers! Great for board games or math activities! – elise

  • Item #: 034429
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    This simple dice game is a fun way to improve mental math skills. The game includes three standard 6-sided dice, two fancy 12-sided dice, a travel bag, and an instruction booklet. Rules of the game are simple. First, you roll the two 12-sided dice and multiply the two numbers to get a "Target Number." Then you roll the three 6-sided dice and try to combine those numbers in any way (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, powers, roots, etc) to match or get as close as possible to the "Target Number." Play solo or with as many people as desired.

  • Item #: 046960
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    This large 1 ¼" x 1 ¼" see-through die houses a standard die within, so you can roll two numbers at once. The outer die is made of colored, see-through plastic with white dots. Great for teaching probability and other math concepts—or simply replace your regular dice with these on your next family game night. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 018666
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    Crops are flying, the bank is collecting, and farmers that have lost it all are being eliminated in this dice game! Will you be the last farmer with crops? In this simple dice game, each player starts with their own home crop (apples, corn, wheat, onions, carrots, or broccoli) and receives the 4 matching color-coded tokens. Every turn, players roll the number of dice corresponding to the number of tokens in front of them; the dice rolls determine the play. Players may have to pass tokens to the left, to the right, to the bank, move a certain colored token from one pile to another, or do nothing. The lead quickly shifts depending on the rolls of the dice! As players run out of tokens and all 4 of their tokens are either in the bank or in front of a single other player, they are out of the game. Play continues until only one player (or the bank!) has tokens remaining. Play offense or defense; it’ll probably take a little strategy and a lot of luck to win! 3-6 players. ~ Megan

  • Item #: 048415
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    LCR is a game of direction: left, center, right. It's a great group game, playable by 3 players and up (no limit, really!) 24 tokens are supplied, but coins or other objects can be used if more are needed. Each player receives 3 tokens. The first player then rolls the 3 dice – each of which is labeled with L, R, C, and three black dots. Rolling an L means the player passes a token to the left, an R means passing to the right, a C means placing a token in the central pot and black dots are neutral. Players roll the number of dice corresponding to the number of tokens they have. Players who are out of tokens are never out of the game – they could be passed a token at any time! Someone usually ends up with all of the tokens in the end, and is the winner. The central pot goes to the winner. A great game to fill waiting periods at restaurants or airports! Packaged in a round, 4-inch tube.

  • Item #: 049324
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    Looking for an alternative to the classic pretend money to liven up learning about our currency? This set of ten white "money" dice, each of which has six sides: 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, 50¢ and $, all printed in green. So, what do you with money dice? I have a few ideas! Let children roll the dice and total up each roll. The first one to get ten dollars wins. Or maybe roll the dice and total the amounts on a paper. Give each child a quarter for every five dollar increment on their total sheet. After you decide to stop (20 minutes or so,) have each child show their totals and explain their math. Maybe you could write a total (like $3.61) and your child can show you the number using the dice - $, $, $, 50¢, 10¢, 1¢. Try this the other way around too. ~ Sara

    CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs.

  • Item #: 067937
    Retail: $5.00
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    Similar to the 6-sided dice game Greed, but on a whole new level! Each player takes turns rolling the six dice in an attempt to score one of the 27 options listed on the score sheet (all 1s, 6 of a kind, 5 number straight, etc). If you don’t get it on the first roll, us two more. You can score extra points and the player with the most points wins. Includes six 20-sided dice and instructions. – Laura 

  • Item #: 036026
    Retail: $4.70
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    In this fast-paced dice game, players race to establish herds of dinosaurs before the T-rexes come! The game consists of five dice, each featuring five numbered herbivores (valued at 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6) and one T-rex (numbered at 3, but with no real value) on their faces. On each player's turn, they get up to three rolls to establish herds. Herds can be any group of two or more of the same dinosaur. On each roll, players can set aside matching dinosaurs to start herds, but watch out! For every T-rex rolled, an herbivore must be taken out of play for the rest of that player's turn. That can take quite a toll on your population! When the player has rolled three times and has a herd, they score bonus points according to the number of dinosaurs in the herd and their face value. Easy to learn and inexpensive, it's a great way for kids to hone their math skills! An unlimited number of people can play - depending on how long you want the game to take!

  • Item #: 015620
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  • Item #: 023931
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    This is one die that will have you rollin' in the twelves. Die is large, hollow and clear with a smaller red die inside. The enclosed die has enough room to roll and switch numbers with each flick of the wrist. Both die show numbers 1-6. So next time family game night rolls around don't forget to pull out the die that is really two in one. ~ Tasha

  • Item #: 069794
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    Subtitled “The Rank and Roll Dice Game,” this one employs a little bit of strategy and a lot of luck! Each player starts with a score sheet with 5 symbols along the top. They write the numbers “10,” “20,” “30,” “40,” and “50” each in one column. But they have to plan carefully where to put them to leave room for other numbers that will be played (i.e. “10” should go near the top, “50” near the center, etc.). Then players take turns calling out a number between 1 and 100 and rolling the die. The die contains the 5 symbols and one “free” symbol. Players must enter the number called in that symbol’s column, but they have to fit in numerical order with other numbers already in that column. If there is not a space for the number, they don’t write it. Play continues until one player fills an entire column and wins! 2-5 players, game play is approximately 15 minutes. ~ Megan

  • Item #: 036023
    Retail: $3.50
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    What a fun way to learn basic addition and subtraction! The idea is to roll the +/- die, roll 2 number dice, and then figure out the equation. It is really quite simple. This set of 6 Hexahedron (6 sided) dice has 2 dice numbered from 1-6, 2 numbered from 7-12, 1 marked + and –, and 1 marked with all = signs. The dice are white with sharp, black markings, and instructions are included on the pack. ~ Phyllis

  • Item #: 040586
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    These dice are about the size of regular dice but have twelve sides with numbers 1-12 printed on the sides.

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  • Item #: 027424
    Retail: $10.00
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    Twelve upper and twelve lower case dice can be used for all kinds of learning! Focus on letter recognition, match uppercase and lowercase letters, spell words, and teach capitalization. Roll one and see how many words of a certain part of speech or category the kids can come up with starting with that letter. Roll two and have those be the initials of a character your students will write about. Play with a group, pairs, or even individually. Half inch dice are the size of regular number dice. ~ Sara