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Learning Resources Jumbo Foam Polyhedral Dice, 5 Dice, 4, 8, 10, 20 Sides, Ages 5+

\$ 19.49

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Based on 929 ratings
9.18
Value for money
9.08
8.78
Sheerness
8.08
Durability
7.56

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Product Description

These engaging multi-media math lessons provide the perfect introduction to math concepts Dice with sides of six
The jumbo dice are available in a variety of shapes to help students memorize number order, addition, subtraction,
Using these soft foam dice, kids will learn about probability, greater than and less than, as well as all kinds of other important concepts
Included in the set are five polyhedral dice and a
This activity is appropriate for ages 5 and up

Can you tell me the size of each ?

As a matter of scale, I included an image of the customer's set next to a ruler and a few other commonly used items.

The dice are made of foam, but what type of foam is it?

I think these dice are made of This is the kind of foam you would see in stress balls and nerf footballs. It is soft and squishy, but not tough enough to withstand an attack from a toddler or a dog.

When the dice are rolled, what size will they be?

can be seen in the image, all of them are fairly the same size. The orange triangle measures 3 by 3 by 3 I find these products to be of great value.

Would I be able to request a certain color?

There is no option to select a color.

Selected User Reviews For Learning Resources Jumbo Foam Polyhedral Dice, 5 Dice, 4, 8, 10, 20 Sides, Ages 5+

My child's teeth are not protected by it
5/5

Whether it is an adult or child who is responsible, these make great novelty toys. When I stupidly purchased this as a gift for my then 1-year-old, I realize now that I was stupid. The boy, 5, is five years old. Playing with them was one of his favorite things to do. This made him very happy to eat He bit into the tip of the 8 sided die after he had bitten into the 3 sided die. I caught him right after he had done that to the 3 The foam is mostly solid, but not solid enough to prevent the deterioration of the foam, so it goes up on the shelf for a few years. Although the product is good, sturdy, and featuring bright colors and easy-to-use, it could be better You can read the.

Emerson Donaldson
| Mar 27, 2021
Though the numbers are not exactly as I usually see them on a desk, these decorations are fun nonetheless
4/5

are not arranged by numbers as they would be on a standard die. For a standard die, the total number of opposite sides should be added to the number of opposite sides. Suppose there were six players in a game One side of a 6-sided die (aka a "d6") is opposite another 6 is opposite 5, etc. In a d6, the sum of opposing sides will In the same way, d10's, d12's, and d20's act as well. In place of the number 20, put a This, of course, doesn't change the probability of rolling any numbers, but as a veteran dice thrower, this can be an invaluable tool With the D player dice I have become extremely familiar with the placement of the numbers and thus the placement of the numbers in these feels foreign to me. Once in a while- Please specify the date and time If you're a D player, you know the pain of seeing your dice roll slowly from 20 to 2, but this time, 19 is adjacent to 12, 12 to 10 and 10 to 12. Most people don't mind this because they don't have much to do with it There is a problem. These are good dice, well made, soft to throw around with friends, and the placement of the numerals has no effect on the probability of rolling with each number (though the creases in the foam may affect it) However, I have a warning for D&D The D players are You may want to contact your DM if you think non-DM will cause problems Generally, the numbers are adjacent to each other (19 you will not be able to play them.

| Nov 14, 2020
I bought these as a birthday gift for my daughter
4/5

Having children has given me a lot to think about. The night before my daughter's two-year-old birthday, she turned two. For her second birthday, her parents got her a set of dice. Where does that come from? Due to the fact that Daddy is a gamer, among other things. All of my siblings, my parents, as well as all of our friends have dice. Lots of dice. Some of my dice date from the 1970s. These are what I use to run old software The Department of Education & A game that uses D. There are about twenty of them I have half-round sided d10s that are from old FASA Trek boxes. Seeing as Kaylee has been crawling and walking since she was a baby, she has had lots of dice to play with I think that's what's wrong. Dad does not want to lose his dice. Uncle Trenton does not want to go to corner store and return to find that Mommy has let Kaylee out of her sight for a moment, and now all of Uncle Trenton's dice save a pair of D6s are gone. discovered in the air conditioner closet, along with some action figures and a USB key. I've never seen a larger D4 that wouldn't become a plastic numbered caltrop when dropped on the floor. It's the only one I've ever had in my house that wasn't a caltrop. D20 was so beloved by her that she brought it with her to daycare the following In any case, what exactly is a toddler's THAC0?

Why only four stars and not five? It has to do with the mysterious There are a D4, a D8, a D10, a D12, and a D20 in this set. The D6 is not present. Kaylee's foam D6s were out of stock, so I had to buy her a set of them. The number of them is 12. It now gives her the ability to play Toddler Shadowrun or Toddler Star Wars D6 and also set her up for dice. There is also the possibility of inviting over 5 more toddlers for the It's a great set for my little warrior princess and I'm glad I got it for her. Even some of my adult players are smitten with them and want to purchase a set!.

Houston Larson
| Feb 18, 2021
This is a good dice for children - they are soft and polyhedral
5/5

It'll be hard to keep babies from eating My son will love it. When he grows, we can use these to practice numbers. He can roll them back and forth for fun. You will want to be aware that unsupervised use of these is not advised. My son was given these as a birthday gift and the first thing he tried to do was bite into the 12-sided dice. There are also white numbers on the yellow D8 that are hard to see in this picture * If you are interested, the d20 is a game that allows you to transform any number into a This is where the sequence of numbers goes down (all the numbers connect to one another, so 1 is connected to 2,.

Imani Nielsen
| Apr 22, 2021
In a way, I'm happy and disappointed at the same time
4/5

Those are satisfactory in terms of size, squish-ability, and durability In addition, bounce ratio and shape should be considered. Here are the numbers Some of the dice are flaking off, the d8 is so brightly yellow it is nearly impossible to see the numbers, and more than a few of the dice do not conform to the standard numbering system. You are facing the In the case of the d20, it was especially disappointing since it was modeled after an edition of Magic the Gathering An alternative way to sequence the numbers is to go down, rather than up A sequence of 20 opposites. They are an excellent source of information, but I wish they were.

Gianni Liu
| Sep 13, 2020
It is hard to beat just d20, d12, d10, and d4
3/5

It didn't even occur to me there wasn't a Die with six sides It's not the product's fault, but it's a problem for me- Plus 0. 0 out of 5 stars This is a 5 star rating for the 8+ There is no way to see the numbers on a sided die in normal daylight, nothing like what is shown in the illustration. It would have been better if they had been painted yellow as well. It is extremely hard to hold a d10 and a d4 since the foam they are made of is so tough. 1) The d20 is easily rolled A moderate amount of softness exists on the d8 and d12. A 1 star rating. The numbers on the d20 (at least) are all in the wrong place. This product loses a star for that, and I'm docking another star for each of the people who will have to mention it in the future when they take a look at it. There are wonderful dice like the d20, d12, d10, and d4. A score of one star.

| Apr 26, 2021
A smaller size than expected, a wrong pattern of numbers, and an overpriced item
3/5

My reason for ordering these dice is primarily because I'm a big tabletop nerd and a "dice goblin," as some may put it. This foam dice is pretty sturdy and not as soft as other foam dice, so I am okay with it. It did occur to me that the D20's numbers were incorrect. In the opposite direction to 20, there is a 10, instead of a Although I don't consider this a deal breaker, I believe it should be made known to potential applicants. Additionally, the dice are smaller than I had expected (they are about the size of a baseball), which is also The current price (about \$20) isn't worth it. As long as the things I pointed out don't bother you, don't buy it.

Sage Lee
| Oct 23, 2020
I found these totally cool dice after bringing my 18 month old to a Pathfinder game with me and trying to roll (ok throw) dice
5/5

I thought cool, but she can't handle my dice. I thought there have to be child friendly dice, and found It is a ton of fun for my daughter to play In the near future, I plan to buy another set for myself to play video games with. There is missing one d6 but you get the rest. I won't lose a star because I have just as much fun playing these as my daughter!.

Magdalena Fleming
| Jun 05, 2021