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three children on the floor of a living room with a Google Home device. text reads "Math Flash on Your Smart Speaker #AtHomeWithAPH" Math Flash on Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa!

We’ve taken our popular electronic flashcard software Math Flash and combined it with fun audio feedback and a snarky personality to create an easy-to-use skill on your smart speaker or device! Users have the ability to choose from three difficulty levels and select the math operations on which they would like to focus like addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division!

Google Assistant

If you have a Google Home speaker, say the wake-up phrase (“OK Google”), then say “talk to Math Flash.” Don’t have a Google Home® speaker? Access the Google Assistant on your smartphone or tablet by following these simple steps: For Android® devices, hold down the home button. For iOS devices, download and open the Google Assistant app, then tap the microphone within the app. Once the assistant is activated, say, “Talk to Math Flash” to start the action.

Amazon Alexa

Amazon users can now access these self-voicing electronic flashcards through Alexa. Just search under Alexa Skills for APH Math Flash. Enable Math Flash and get ready to have some fun while brushing up on your math skills!

 

For more resources check out our #AtHomeWithAPH resource list for free and accessible activities, tips, webinars, and more from APH, our partners, and the field at large. Have a free and accessible resource you would like us to include? Email us at communications@aph.org to tell us about it!

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