Ah, the pentagonal trapezohedron, or the d10, as you may know it. This funky polyhedral was actually patented as a gaming die in 1906. Most commonly used to generate random percentiles, you'll often see d10s paired with d10(00)s. Not to mention they have just as much function in tabletop gaming as they do in the classroom! We've heard from dozens of teachers who use these packs as part of tactile lessons on percentages. Now that's initiative.
Included in this bulk pack are 25 ten-sided polyhedrals with single-digit numerals. The assortment is randomized, and any of our 20 colors are fair game. You might see solids, translucents, even our specialty marbled and speckled varieties.
The top half of the d10 uses even numbers, odd on the bottom half. Despite this distinction, we’ve still helpfully marked our 6s and 9s with underlines for maximum readability.