You determine the types of math problems shown by making a selection in the settings menu. You have multiple options to choose from which allows you to generate math problems for all levels.
On the left side of the settings you find the general options, like the number of problems to show (1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 15 or 20). You also are given extra options that relate to specific math problems, like regrouping within addition and subtraction.
On the right side of the settings you select the type of math problem (addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division). You select the type of problem by setting a checkmark by that type, and select the range in which the math problem may be found (to 10, 100, etc.). You can also choose specific times tables or division tables.
- You can easily enlarge or shrink this tool on the interactive whiteboard. This means it is easy to combine with other tools like the stopwatch to add a timed element to the math practice.
- Instead of a set of math problems, you can also use this tool to show a single generated math problem. This means you have a quick and easy math problem generator that you can use during a lesson or to focus on a specific skill.