Math Flash Cards

4.1
140 reviews
5K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Children can build and improve essential math skills in: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Features include:

• top and bottom number ranges can be edited
• number ranges: 0 to 50 for addition and subtraction
• number ranges: 0 to 20 for multiplication and division
• option to select two math operations together

• adjustable countdown timer for test-like conditions

• option to allow cards in order (for quicker memorization) or random
• option to show correct answer if wrong
• option to allow three tries
• option to repeated missed cards for review at the end

• friendly and encouraging voice
• scores list to review improvement
Updated on
Sep 15, 2023

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Committed to follow the Play Families Policy

Ratings and reviews

4.2
112 reviews
A Google user
November 1, 2019
This app is easy to customize to your child's skill level. My daughter doesn't perform well with timed math fact quizzes and I was able to increase the amount of time to reduce stress and anxiety. Additionally, the app allows you to set the top and bottom numbers for each problem type. I started multiplication and division using 6 as the top number and have increased it as she gets more accurate. She loves this app and said that she would give it a 6 star rating if she could!
40 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
January 26, 2019
One minor flaw. When the user selects the option to "show correct answer," the app shows the answer after each attempt, even if "allow three tries" is selected as well. So for example: User presented with 2x2=; User responds incorrectly, "6"; App displays correct answer, "4"; User given second attempt at 2x2=; If user responds incorrectly again, the app displays the correct answer again, and allows a third attempt. This would be a five-star app if the correct answer was displayed after all three tries. For now, my son just has "show correct answer" selected, and if he gets it wrong, it moves on to the next question.
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November31
March 6, 2019
Yes, thanks We fixed this in the last update.
A Google user