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Digital Division Flash Cards in Color (1-9 Shuffled Twice) by [McMullen, Chris, Kivett, Carolyn]
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This eBook includes 162 digital division flash cards in color (where color is available). Each flash card is decorated with smiley faces and looks just like the flash cards depicted on the thumbnail image for the cover of this eBook.

The 162 division flash cards include two sets of 1÷1 thru 81÷9. All of the flash cards are shuffled.

The reason that all of the flash cards are shuffled (unlike our matching multiplication flash cards book, where the first set is in order and the second set is shuffled) is that kids who have already tried to memorize their multiplication facts should be able to learn the division facts by understanding how division relates to multiplication. For example, if you know that 6 times 5 equals 30, by understanding what division means, you can deduce that 30 divided by 5 equals 6. Therefore, instead of putting the first set of division flash cards in order, we thought that it would offer better practice for both sets to be shuffled.

If your child is just learning the division facts, but has already tried to learn his or her multiplication facts, we suggest that you try to explain that division is very much like multiplication, but rearranged. If you multiply 3 by 6, you get 18. If you divide 18 by 6, you get 3. Compare 3 × 6 = 18 with 18 ÷ 6 = 3. A child who can make this connection only has to memorize one set of facts instead of two. Once your child understands that division facts can be answered by rearranging multiplication facts, he or she will need practice in order to apply this concept successfully. The two shuffled sets of division flash cards included in this eBook are designed to offer just such practice.

If your child has not yet tried to learn his or her multiplication facts, we recommend that you begin with multiplication, and use this division book once your child has begun to master his or her multiplication facts.

Each flash card appears as its own picture on its own page. All of the flash cards come in pairs: First comes the problem flash card, followed by the corresponding answer flash card. The answer flash card reminds you what the problem was. So first you see the problem, and then you check your answer immediately.

This eBook reads like a book. It is not a program or a game. It does not use a random number generator. The flash cards do look like ordinary flashcards (and they are in color and are decorated with smiley faces). Each division fact appears twice. Both sets of division flash cards are shuffled so that kids can’t guess the answer based on a pattern. However, the shuffled cards will always appear in the same order.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 5895 KB
  • Print Length: 326 pages
  • Publisher: Digital Math Fluency; 2 edition (Feb. 10 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00785WY0O
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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HASH(0x9dcfc1a4) out of 5 stars Division Flash cards April 9 2012
By Cass - Published on Amazon.com
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I downloaded these just to see if my first grader could do them. He could and loved them. They have large numbers and are colorful so they are attractive to a child.
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These flash cards are great for my children to practice math on the kindle. Easy to use and no cards to pick up (or lose).
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HASH(0x9dcfc66c) out of 5 stars Great Learning Tool March 5 2013
By Mary Ellen Elmore - Published on Amazon.com
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The grands love this. They get to learn and use the computer at the same time!! Highly recommended for the home schooler.
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Good info. Easy read. Nothing to rave about but as a free kindle download, I enjoyed it. Would recommend to anyone.