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Looking for arithmetic drills

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by thesilentplanet, Jul 23, 2018.

  1. thesilentplanet

    thesilentplanet New commenter

    I am trying to build up my games and mini tests folder for my classes this year, and I am trying to look for a timed arithmetic drill - either online or as a programme.

    When I was at school, my maths teacher had us do these arithmetic drills that he could vary the time (from 5 seconds per question onwards) and what type of arithmetic questions would be given. Issue I am finding on my search is everything I have found seems to be a "type in your answer" kind of thing, and only then will it move on (if you typed it in time).

    Has anyone found a drill that automatically moves onto the next question (and then you can review all the answers at the end)?
     
  2. Maths_Shed

    Maths_Shed Occasional commenter

    You can always use Powerpoint, one question per page and set it to auto-advance. That would require a lot of preparation but it would work.
     
  3. briceanus

    briceanus New commenter

    Have you seen 10 Quick Question from CSF software ? There is a pro version, but the freeware one, although no longer supported, is pretty decent.
     
  4. Vince_Ulam

    Vince_Ulam Star commenter

    By all means drill your pupils but set the questions yourself, have them answer with pencil & paper and do not time them.
     

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