Roll the Dice and Learn with Tenzi Dice

I am sharing one of our absolute favorite products from our 2nd Grade Non-Religious Timberdoodle Kit, TENZI! These brightly colored dice are a wonderful addition to our homeschool curriculum. We have enjoyed playing with them as a family, using the 77 additional ways to play, and creating our own games. Simply stacking the dice and spotting the number are great ways to engage my little one while big sister can use the dice for patterns, addition, subtraction, and multiplication. We have greatly enjoyed playing Tenzi and without Timberdoodle seeing the learning value and adding them to their kits, we never would have found this gem! Ages 7-97 really can roll the dice and learn with Tenzi!

Find Tenzi and the deck of idea cards from Timberdoodle. Timberdoodle offers savings over MSRP and has the customer service of a small family-owned company.

Tenzi Dice can be found alone here on the Timberdoodle Website

The companion deck of more ways to play can be found here

Despite being recommended for ages 7-97, you can find the Tenzi dice and idea cards found in the 2nd-grade curriculum kits found here

We have enjoyed playing Tenzi both as simply a game for fun as a family and as a learning tool incorporated into our homeschool. Some of the ways that we can use the dice for my 4-year-old are stacking, matching, and simple addition. My 8-year-old can easily complete the games in the 77 More Ways to Play Tenzi card deck, addition, subtraction, patterns, and even multiplication.

My family loves this simple dice but incredibly versatile dice game and I am certain yours would too. The brightly colored dice make it easy to engage the young or old. I do, however, wish the packaging offered a way to keep the dice easily separated by color but it honestly is my only complaint.

Watch below and enjoy a look at Tenzi.

Enjoy our review of our 2nd Grace Non-Religious Curriculum Kit Found Here


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