Practice counting U.S. coin currency without the mess of actually using real coins.
In this game, the graphics are displayed in a way to entice the smallest of learners or help those of us who might be a little math challenged practice counting coins using crisp, clear graphics that display true U.S. coin pictures.
Little ones will love being able to see money fly across the screen and others will like the crisp, clean pictures, and practice that scriptMicro offers with Coin Quiz.
This game differs from Coins in a Flash because it challenges the player to add the coins on the screen to get to the correct answer box displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Fun and interactive, your student won't realize that learning is actually taking place.
Here, all four coins (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter) and six bills ($1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100) appear in a two-row, two-column matrix on the screen. When the mouse pointer moves over the picture of a coin or bill, another picture of the coin or bill appears in the box on the right side of the screen. The picture of the coin or bill rotates so that both the front and back can be seen.
Next and PREV
By clicking on ">>" or "<<" the student can view the next or the previous set of coins or bills.
Check the “Auto Play" box to run the “Money Matrix" program automatically; the student can just sit back and watch. To stop the automatic run, uncheck the box.
This option is selected by default. When this box is checked, the program pronounces the name of the coin or bill. If unchecked, it doesn't say the name.
This option is selected by default. When this box is checked, sentences appear under the picture in the right-hand box giving the name and value of the coin or bill shown in the picture.
Coins and Bills
This option is selected by default. When this box is checked, both coins and bills will appear in the matrix.
If the “Coins" box is checked only coins will appear in the matrix.
If the “Bills" box is checked only bills will appear in the matrix.
Name and Value
This option is selected by default. When this box is checked, both the name and the value of the coin or bill will appear under the picture.
When this box is checked, only the name of the coin or bill will appear under the picture.
When this box is checked, only the value of the coin or bill will appear under the picture.
Click on the “Done" button to close “Money Matrix" and return to the main program.
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ASTROGALLERY works best with 4G or wifi and the display is awesome on tablets.
For best performance wifi or 4G is advised.
A quiz is included to gauge how the learning is progressing.
The internet is accessed only for concert videos and no information is collected.
All of the quizzes provide instant auditory and visual feedback on the correctness of the answers enhancing the leaning process’ effectiveness. Adults enjoy this app almost as much as kids. This app does not capture or transmit ANY information about the user.