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Pocket Cube Dice

The pocket cube dice have different empty slots on each side which allows the faces to be interchanged with math content cards. The creative nature of this resource makes it ideal for practising learnt content, revising for a class test, and for playing different maths games.

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More About Pocket Cube Dice

These dice can be bought alone or in a pack of 8, and do not come with cards. This allows students to create their cards based on the subject being taught. Teachers may wish to create a massive range of cards and pass them out randomly, so students get a go at revising every subject.


By customising your pocket cube cards, this device can be used for learning any maths subject imaginable. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and fractions can be practised when using number cards, however, this cube can also be used for learning statistics, algebra, sequencing, and more.


Activity Ideas

Customise Students Learning

Depending on the age and development of the child, this device offers flexibility around different learning styles. By making an easy, average, and difficult card for the same subject, students can progress faster and at their own pace.

Friendly Games and Competitions

In a group, students can set up maths problems of the same subject on every side of 5 different cubes. They can then take turns completing all the sums on the cubes and passing them around the group. This game can be adjusted into a competition of solving problems the fastest.

What is Equivalent?

To work on number equivalency, try using cards with words and symbols equivalent to numbers. When rolling these dice, students must mentally translate the different number formats and learn how to quickly solve problems while distinguishing different amounts.