Different problem formats
Traditional and more advanced formats.
- The basic format is the traditional format for flashcards.
- The advanced format of guess the number, or missing addend equations, helps encourage critical thinking.
- No timer so learners can practice at their own pace without feeling rushed.
Parents can view trends to see where focus might be needed.
- Helps identify where additional additional practice is needed.
- Are they having issues with addition with 3's?
- Are they having issues with multiplication with 7's?
Rapid feedback & Repetition
Practice and repetition are critical for building fluency with math operations.
- Problems missed 3 or more times are remembered and become part of the next problem set to ensure repetition.
- When a problem set is completed, there is feedback that shows how many attempts were needed to solve each problem.
Easy to setup
Simple to set up for all operations.
- Flash cards can be configured for all operations, individually or combined.
- Choose a constant number and that number will be in every problem.
Widgets allow a quick view of the last set of problems.
- The small widget provides a view of the last set of problems and how much time has passed since last practiced.
- The medium widget provides a view of individual problem proficiency.