Flashcard Frenzy is an application designed to exercise and teach arithmetic skills by using multiple choice and repetition in a game-like environment where accurate answers combined with timed answers present continued challenges.
Each flashcard includes four multiple choice answer buttons for visual learning, setting it apart from typical flashcards. The missing answer on a typical flashcard can cause frustration when developing arithmetic skills. Flashcard Frenzy presents the correct answer on one of four buttons. The other three buttons display a close guess. The buttons are created by a mathematical algorithm designed to present a challenge for the user.
Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division flashcards are all available. Negative and positive integers on the flashcards are also available.
The user can mix cards with negative and positive integers inside one game. For example, one game can teach multiplication of negative numbers. Another game can teach division of negative numbers. And another game can teach a mix such as division of negative and division of positive integers.
The user can also mix cards with multiple operations inside one game. For example, one game can teach multiplication and addition together while also mixing negative and positive integers. Another game can teach subtraction and division together maybe with only positive integers.
Any flashcard game has the possibility to teach any combination of operations or signs.
The user can test their skill on their most challenging integers, signs and operations to enhance their arithmetic skills.