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Positive and Negative Dice

Want to try creating your sums? The positive and negative dice take this process a step further by providing numbers to add or divide together when rolling the dice. The dice are half negative or positive, numbered 1-6, and allow students to jump straight into work without wasting any time!

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More About Positive and Negative Dice

Amongst our range of dice is a pack of 10 which can be used in smaller groups of pairs to create different mathematic outcomes. We also sell a jar of 50 dice which can be shared around the whole classroom or used for inter-class math competitions.


In the classroom, students can split into smaller groups and test one another on addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. When playing related maths games, normal dice can be substituted for these to spice up the rules and increase awareness of how numbers are connected.


Activity Ideas

Learn to Count Quickly

In pairs, close your eyes and take 5 dice each out of a set of 10 and line them up. On the count of three, both players must open their eyes and count or subtract the dice as quickly as possible in order. The first person to correctly answer their sum wins.

Final Answer? Bingo!

Sit down for a game of maths bingo! Students can take turns rolling a pair of dice and calculating the answer. If the other players have this number on their bingo sheet, they can scratch it off, with the winner being the first person to get all their numbers called out.

Line Up the Question

Try using the negative and positive numbers to create a number line that has 0 as the middle point. Students can pull random numbers out of the line to create and solve long addition sums, which is a great way for students to practice self-directed probability and basic numeracy.