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Try Your Luck With Five Free Virtual Dice

by Peggy Reimers
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TCEA has you covered when it comes to wheel spinners, coin flippers, and other virtual resources. And now, we present you with free virtual dice! Not only can you use dice for math activities, games, and more, but you can also use them for icebreakers and debriefs. As an added bonus and follow-up to this blog, my colleague Miguel Guhlin will post an article about Dice Icebreakers and Debriefs tomorrow. So be on the lookout! Now, let’s explore some virtual dice options for you to try.

1. Roll Dice by diceapp.io

Roll Dice by diceapp.io

Features:

  • Dark blue dice with light-colored pips
  • Can use between one and nine dice at a time

Additional Information:

  • Blue background with a pink button to roll the dice
  • Ads run along the right side of the website
  • Simple and easy to use

2. Virtual Dice Roller by calculator.net

Virtual Dice Roller by Calculator.net

Features:

  • Black dice with white pips
  • Text-only website
  • When you roll, the sum and product of the dice pops up on the screen.
  • Use between one and 100 dice at a time

Additional Information:

  • The site will ask you to choose your cookie preference.
  • Advertisements run along the right side of the website.
  • To choose a different number of dice, use the slider bar.
  • The site also includes a Non-Conventional Dice Roller.

3. Random Dice! by online-stopwatch.com

Random Dice! by Online-Stopwatch

Features:

  • White dice with black pips
  • Use between one and 10 dice at a time
  • Use the gearicon to change the number of dice

Additional Information:

  • The web page has many ads, but you have the option of Dice Full Screen which will get rid of some of the ads or Super Full Screen which displays only the dice.

4. Google’s Roll Dice by Google

Google's Roll Dice

Features:

  • Dice are colorful
  • Six dice types with four, six, eight, 10, 12, or 20 sides
  • Add a modifier to your roll total

Additional Information:

  • To reset, refresh the page.

5. Free Online Dice Roller by RoomRecess.com

Room Recess Free Online Dice Roller

Features:

  • Cream-colored dice with black pips
  • Use between one and 10 dice at a time
  • Use arrows to change the number of dice
  • Includes a large green “roll” button
  • Sound effects included

Additional Information:

  • Ads are placed on the side and top of page

I hope you enjoy these five lucky resources to help you and your students get your “game on” in the classroom. Stay tuned for Miguel’s follow-up article tomorrow with activities you can use with these dice tools. Have any additional resources or ideas for using these tools in class? Leave us a comment!

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