Friday, January 30, 2004

Flash Card Math

Flash Card Math. A learning tool which teaches the multiplication table and simple division to elementary school students. Free to schools. Free printable flash cards and math worksheets.

From the site:

FlashCardMath.com offers FREE printable addition, subtraction, multiplication and division Flash Cards. Additionally, FREE multiplication table, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division worksheets are available to all visitors.

Flash Card Math is an interactive educational software program designed to teach first grade, second grade, third grade and fourth grade students in elementary school addition, subtraction, the multiplication table and simple division. Flash Card Math utilizes the proven Flash Card method of teaching primary mathematics and arithmetic. It is a learning tool which will provide children with an important part of the foundation necessary to succeed in mathematics throughout their elementary school years and through life. Additionally, with a click of a mouse, Flash Card Math develops customized multiplication and division worksheets and flashcards for teacher's use in the class room or parent's use with their children at home. Eligible schools, upon request, may receive FREE Animated FlashCards and Worksheet Generator Software.

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