Typical Classroom Requirements
Most classroom activities will involve the use of six-faced and ten-faced dice. Therefore they form the basis of any dice kit.
Dice often go missing in a classroom setting so it is recommended that they are packed into a box so that when they are returned the teacher may easily check to see that all of the dice are there.
As mentioned previously, there are literally hundreds of different dice. An example of specialized dice are place value dice. Different items have been printed on to the faces. Dice have been placed inside dice. There are 24, 30 faced and even 100 faced versions.
Place Value Dice
Support and Complementary Materials
Large dice allow for a game to be demonstrated and played with a whole class and then desk size versions of the game can be played in small groups or pairs. Turn the Tile is an example of this.
Molded Foam Dice
Turn the Tile