Blank dice are exactly that: unmarked, plain dice. stone polyhedral dice looks just like a ‘regular’ die, except that it has no dots, no numbers or letters, or any markings. Available in a range of colors and shapes, they may be used for any number of activities.
Stickers can be put on the sides of the dice, to permit the user to customize the dice to their own needs. A dry erase marker could even be used to change the look on your blank dice, so that they can be used again and again for different purposes.
These dice may be used in games as markers, in schools and home to teach math and probability, to create models, or they are able to even be written to create your personal word games or art. As an example, for teaching math, it is possible to place operations symbols (add, subtract, multiply, divide, equals, higher than) on your own custom dice, and combine that with numbered dice to exercise math skills.
Most people think about dice because the usual six-sided cube, but there are a number of additional shapes available, too. Four sided (pyramid shaped), eight, ten, and even twelve sided dice are available, allowing incredible customization for a particular need, or even as an interesting conversation-starting art piece.
The number of options does not stop with color and amount of sides. It is possible to order blank dice created from a variety of different materials and sizes, aswell. Opaque and clear plastics of different color, and also wooden dice are available. Common sizes for blank dice include 12, 16, 19, and 25 mm, although other sizes may also be available.
Like all small objects, blank dice can pose a chocking hazard for small kids under three, so be careful to keep them out of their reach or always supervise their use.