Elementary Math Flash cards games
I've created sets of free printable math flash cards that you can download below. These cards are free for personal or classroom use.
Using flash cards makes it much easier to memorize basic math facts including multiplication and division.
Flash cards allow you to quickly review a large number of facts to test your knowledge.
I made these printable math flash cards PDF files. You have my permission to print, copy, and distribute the flash cards to anyone. You can email the PDF files to anyone, or put them on your blog, website, etc. without restriction.
To view and print a PDF file, you need the free Adobe PDF Reader (downloadable from Adobe.com) or other PDF reader software installed on your computer. Many computers already have this.
Below are links for downloading the free printable math flash cards. Click a link to view the PDF file and print the cards. Instructions for assembling the cards appear below the list.
Each flash card set is available in vertical or horizontal format. The vertical flash cards are more traditional, but the horizontal cards require less paper to print.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to check your printer's orientation before printing. Vertical flash cards need Landscape orientation. Horizontal cards need Portrait orientation. Printers vary, so it's a good idea to print a test page before printing a full flash card set.
These free flash card sets include all addition facts from 0 through 20. They are divided into sets 0-12, 13-17, and 18-20. Some sets include a few cards with basic addition terms.
These free cards include all subtraction facts from 0 through 20. They are divided into sets of 0-12, 13-17, and 18-20. Some sets include a few cards with basic subtraction terms.
These free flash cards include all multiplication facts 0 through 12. Some sets include a few cards that define basic multiplication terminology.
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I go to a site that has bunch of flash games. Then I look at the source of that website looking for a file with an extension of .swf. Now you can play that or any flash game offline. It works in any browser that has flash or you can install a player that just play flash games.
Ok this is the website for a frogger flash game.
OK now this is the direct file to frogger
Now you just save the file flash_frogger.swf to your hard drive. Open it up with your browser and enjoy frogger offline
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Or some other game coding book at the bookstore. You probably had a tough time downloading flash because it's proprietary software (i.e. not free), but I'm sure you could find some torrent site or something where you could get it. It's entirely different from the free flash-player you'd download from adobe.
What kind of video games are you trying to make? You could code relatively simple ones like pong, pac-man, etc. in VB or C++ and there are tons of tutorials out there to help. There is a pretty steep learning curve on coding more complex games though, so unless you want to seriously learn to code, you'll probably lose interest and I wouldn't recommend it
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