AB Math is a set of cool mental math games for kids from 5 to 10 :
- Math drills with the 4 basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, times tables)
- 4 levels of difficulty, including an expert mode for grownups
- Clean, simple and attractive interface
- Many game options that the children can choose by themselves
- Various fun game modes, including the bubble game
- Follow up of the results of several players
Parents can follow the progress of their children.
The player can practice his math facts with or without a timer.
This app is a fun way for your children to practice math worksheets. Kids play with numbers and don’t feel like their are working at all.
The bubble game also strengthens sequential abilities, mental manipulation, attention and fine motor skills.
More fun than traditional math flash cards, kids love it and enjoy learning mathematics. These cool math games will help your child be first in math !
These arithmetic exercises are suitable for the following levels : 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th grade, all k12 levels, primary and elementary.
This application is suitable for all ages, parents can train their brain in a effective way. We receive many feedbacks from parents or grandparents who enjoy to compete with their children over multiplications.
This app is designed for smartphones and tablets, HD graphics are optimised for the latest generation tablets.
We design cool educational apps for children, with a focus on simplicity and fun. Check out our other applications in the store.
Our apps are also widely used at school. We are proud of our contribution to modern education.
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Blackboard Math™ uses the entire touch-screen as a virtual slate for children to solve math problems longhand.
It is not another cell phone app with scaled up graphics to fill-in a larger display. It is not another arcade-style game with distracting graphics, and limited to simple mental math and multiple-choice answers. It won’t indulge a short attention-span or exacerbate ADHD tendencies. Rather, it is a modern take on the traditional method of learning math: careful practice and working out problems longhand.
Blackboard Math follows the adage, “if you want to remember something write it down.” Blackboard Math has students writing down their work as they go about solving complex, multi-digit arithmetic problems longhand.
The benefits of solving math problems longhand are multifold:
* Improves learning by involving the fine motor control centers of the brain
* Exercises the full range of steps required to solve arithmetic problems
* Makes complicated problems more solvable
* Rewards focus, care, and contentiousness, over rapid-fire answers and guess-work
* Promotes attention-span
* Creates a written record to review potential sources of repeat mistakes
Additionally, Blackboard Math saves students’ work so parents can review it later. Parents are free to be coaches and mentors, while the app itself does the rote work of generating problems and grading answers. Also, Blackboard Math tracks how long and how often your child uses the app. Parents can be assured their child is making an effort on their math practice.
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Now learning Math is as easy as using this app for your kids without always having to teach them.
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Number of digits can be chosen for every operation.
Cursor moves from right to left emulating paper based calculation.
Kids can calculate step by step from units to tens and hundreds.
An extra box provided at top for carry-overs and borrows.
Points are scored for every operation based on the number of digits chosen. The score keeps on adding until the app is quit.
A second screen for Multiplication Tables.
Great tool for kids in Grade 2, 3, 4, & 5 to do math-workout, homework and exercises.
This App comes with ads. For Ad-Free, please check the paid version "Kids Math"
With technology advancing rapidly, 21st century learners want to have fun while learning. Making Mathematics appealing and interesting is a challenge common to all Mathematics educators. As a partner of mathematics education, ACE-Learning, in its expertise, has designed lessons to suit the needs of a 21st century learner.
Lessons are designed to cover a range of topics, aiming to help students develop their cognitive and problem solving skills. They provide connection with day-to-day activities and continuity between different mathematics concepts. Visual graphics and sounds enhance the lessons to aid comprehension. Each lesson unit comes with several examples of varying difficulty. The interface is user-friendly and flexible, designed to give students the freedom to maneuver the lessons according to their individual learning pace.
Practice More. Score More! Assessment is vital to mathematics education as it serves as a checkpoint for students to gauge their level of understanding and mastery of mathematical concepts. Keeping this in mind, ACE-Learning has designed and created assessment questions programmed in different forms and difficulty levels.
Practice drills, categorized into easy, normal and difficult levels, are used to assess the learner's understanding of a particular topic. The questions from the difficult level are typical of exam questions. Every question comes with a full-model solution and the auto-grading feature provides instant feedback on the accuracy as well as the time taken to answer a question
A comprehensive report is also provided for you to understand your learning journey. Simply revisit the topics which you are weak in until you master them!
To know more about the company, please visit www.ace-learning.com.
Chords to play over: G, C or D
Number of measures: 1, 2, 3 or 4
Down the neck: all notes at a 5th fret or under, or open string
Up the neck: at least one note above 5th fret
Number of licks: 142
A set of up to 16 licks may be selected to be played sequentially.
Author: Walter Danny Degler
Copyright © July 2015
HearChords is a program designed to help train the ear to recognize chords played on a banjo. The goal is to be able to play backup to a song without the benefit of a known chord progression
and perhaps only a hint of the melody.
There is a banjo intro which can be played in a selected key.
Selected chords or individual notes may be played from notation indicating either sharps or flats.
A quiz can be taken where notes commonly used in a selected key will be played one at a time randomly from the I, IV, V7 chords or, in addition, from the IIm, VIm and I7 chords. You may select that the chords to be played from one, two or three pitch levels. You can select the name of the chord you believe you heard. An indication of whether your answer is correct will be shown along with the correct answer and a tab diagram of the correct chord will be displayed.. You may continue the quiz until you choose to stop. An entry in a tab file will be made if tab mode is on, showing the date, time, chords played, responses, number correct and score as a percentage.
You may set up chord progressions to play, save as a file and load from a file. Major chords, minor chords, 7th chords, minor 7th chords, diminished chords and augmented chords may be used.
This application should work will Android versions 2.2 and later.
This application has been tested for Android 2.2 and should run on later versions as well..
colors and use their parameters. This is a good aid for programming user interfaces, for color vision testing, for optics, for adding or subtracting colors, for mixing colors and more. You may also do the reverse: enter parameters and see their colors. Up to four colors may be viewed together to see how they go together. The popular RGB and CYM color systems are used.
This application should work on most Android devices. It has been tested for Android 2.2.
Thus, it has wide application to many disciplines.
Paths is intended to be educational, entertaining and useful in practice.
Paths provides solutions for maximum flow problems and for the major problems involving undirected graphs. It is a good companion to the application 'Analyze Graphs' which is primarily concerned with directed graphs. Paths applies graph theory to analyzing graphs and solving some additional classical problems. These include finding maximum flow, solving the traveling salesman problem by brute force (for small graphs), by a genetic algorithm and by other means, finding Hamiltonian circuits and Eulerian trails as well as determining shortest routes. Paths includes textual and graphical views, provides for creating graphs, can maintain a log, process files and more.
The graphs are equivalent to transportation networks, sociograms, simplexes, electric circuits, organization diagrams, communication networks and even genealogical trees. It is convenient to think of the vertices as towns and the arcs as roads connecting the towns with the arc values as distances. You may type in a graph directly using a simple format, select the name of a text(.txt) file containing a graph to load or delete a graph file.
This application displays several properties of a given graph including symmetry, connectedness, whether it is a tree, centers, planarity and more. A number of several classical tasks involving graphs can also be solved including shortest paths, shortest cycles, minimum spanning trees and more. Several sample graph files are included along with graphical representations.
This application has been tested For Android 2.2.
It analyzes frequencies and averages of letters, syllables, words and sentences. Furthermore, it determines reading level according to three popular scales. Any or all of the results can be viewed and/or saved as text files in the root SD card directory or elsewhere. The SD card may be written to or read from but no files are deleted. There are several methods of transferring these text(.txt) files to or from computers or to printers, including use of Dropbox, Cloud Print and other apps. AnalyzeText has been tested on Android 2.2.