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Learning Resources® Minute Math Electronic Flash Card™, 5" x 5", Grades 1-3 Item # 787679
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An interactive way for kids to work on number fact fluency
- Helps children build number fact fluency through practice with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, as well as early algebraic skills. An ideal tool for individual or small-group learning.
- 3 levels of difficulty provide an increasing challenge.
- Time mode allots 60 seconds for a challenging lesson, while untimed mode offers low-pressure learning.
- Positive, corrective feedback lets students know how they have done through auditory and visual cues.
- Color-coded screen frames reinforce learning.
- Triangle shape fits well in small hands.
- Requires 3 AAA batteries (not included).
|age recommendation||Child years|
|brand name||Learning Resources|
|Certifications & Standards||CE|
|educational content||addition; division; general mathematics; subtraction|
|Educational/Developmental Toy Type||Electronic Flash Card|
|grade||1st grade; 2nd grade; 3rd grade|
|Maximum Number of Players||5|
|Minimum Number of Players||2|
|size||5" x 5"|
|Skill Learning||Equation Solving; Visual Processing; Audio Feedback; Addition; Subtraction; Multiplication; Division; Number; Mathematics; Algebra; Color; Operation; Shape|
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Learning Resources® Minute Math Electronic Flash Card™, 5" x 5", Grades 1-3 is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Aarre from MBAs need not apply LOL the fact that the holder of "an MBA from an Ivy League school" cannot figure out how to use this product tells us far more about the value of an MBA from an Ivy League school than it does about the quality of the product. The fact that this possibility does not even occur to our earnest MBA only reinforces the conclusion. Yes, the product could be better designed, but if you can't figure it out, then you are a moron.
Date published: 2015-02-07