I created this to help bring my step-son's math up to speed. In particular we have recently conquered his 'Times Tables' and Fractions.
We found that there were fewer disputes when the computer was giving him the answers :) not sure if that's common but on certain questions he was quite head strong in believing that his answer was correct. Since completing the tests on screen, he has started to reel off the correct answers.. practice makes...
When completed on a computer, pupils can generate random tests containing ten multiplication questions (max answer = 100).
If the wrong answer is entered, a visual cue is generated.
The 'Print Test' button generates a printer-ink friendly version of the form using less ink, so that tests can be completed on paper using a pen/pencil.
As this is my first listing, this is provided free and I hope my efforts help just one more person to get to grips with the basics.
Note: The attached file was created using MS Access 2013, this will allow you to share the attached as much as you like. Once extracted, to open the file you will either need Microsoft Access or one of the Free Microsoft Access Runtime versions installed:
Access 2013 Runtime: http://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download/details.aspx?id=39358
Access 2010 Runtime: http://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download/details.aspx?id=10910
(If you have Vista or XP, try using the 2010 Runtime).