QuizCalc

I recently updated QuizCalc. QuizCalc is more than just a cool calculator. It also helps kids develop basic arithmetic skills. QuizCalc shifts into the quiz mode by simply tapping a key on the calculator face. Once in quiz mode, the operation keys (+, –, × and ÷) are used to select a math skill for practicing. Likewise the function keys (%, √, +/- and x²) shift the quiz into presenting problems related to percent, square root, integers and powers. In quiz mode QuizCalc will show two keys labelled L1 and L2. These keys are used to select the level for the problems. When L2 is selected the problems are more challenging that when using the L1 option.

But of course, QuizCalc is also a basic calculator perfect for elementary age students with percent, square root, integer, power and memory ( +, – , C & R ) functions.

QuizCalc is available with a volume discount for educational institutions. This app can be purchased worldwide exclusively through the AppleApp Store.  The apps are also available through Apple’s volume purchase program. Schools get a significant discount when purchasing multiple copies of any of these apps. Contact Apple Education for more information about the volume purchase program.  Please visit Ventura Educational Systems’ website for more information about this and other iOS and tvOS apps for education.

Here is a list of the skills that can be practiced with QuizCalc:

TopicLevelMath Objectives
Addition of Whole Numbers1Addition Facts with Numbers from 0 to 10.
2Addition Facts with Numbers from 10 to 40.
Subtraction of Whole Numbers1Subtraction Facts with Numbers from 0 to 20.
2Subtraction Facts with Numbers from 10 to 60.
Multiplication of Whole Numbers1Multiplication Facts with Numbers from 0 to 10.
2Multiplication Facts with Numbers from 0 to 20.
Division of Whole Numbers1Division Facts with Divisors from 1 to 10.
2Division Facts with Divisors from 1 to 20.
Percents1Problems with Percents from 10 to 100.
2Problems with Percents from 10 to 200.
Roots of Perfect Squares1Find Roots from 1 to 10.
2Find Roots from 5 to 12.
Addition of Integers1Numbers from -5 to +5.
2Numbers from -10 to +10.
Perfect Squares1Find the Square of Numbers from 1 to 10.
2Find the Square of Numbers from -10 to 10.

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