Math Flash is a basic math training program for people who are visually impaired. It is a self-voicing application, which by using a sound card, helps sharpen the user's math skills through drills and tests. It uses an animated character and digitized speech with fun responses to help make learning basic math skills enjoyable for elementary students.
- The program can generate drill and test material with a set of criteria, or the user can type specific problems to present for drill and practice.
- Features talking electronic flashcards.
- Uses the computer's sound card to communicate instructions, drills, practice sessions, and games.
- Students can choose their favorite Math Mentor character.
- Teachers can modify the number of assigned problems and their degree of difficulty, as well as insert custom problems.
- Google Assistant users can invoke the game by saying: “Ok Google”, “Talk to Math Flash.”
- PC compatible computer running at least Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, or later.
- Pentium or compatible 300 MHz processor or better.
- Sound card with speakers.
- CD-ROM drive to install the program.
- From 15 to 25 MB of hard disk space.
- Internet Explorer 5.01 or later.
- Age Range: 6 and up.
This product is discontinued by the manufacturer, but it may still be available for purchase from third party vendors. Try searching the product by name on the internet. Be careful as the manufacturer may no longer support it - or support it for long.