... several of these for students I tutor and they love them. They are a great shape and fit ...
Nancy A. Ropecka, Amazon
3 February 2015
Summary: Got several of these for students I tutor and they love them. They are a great shape and fit easily into little hands. The quiz function is an added plus for the students. The price on these range from $8 to $30 , so getting them for the lower price made it an inexpensive way to buy them for my...
Summary: This model is similar to my beloved EL-S50, which Sharp apparently still makes, but I can't find a seller anywhere in the States. First, it has a ten digit display, which comes in handy for some of the study work I do that involves numbers that have many decimal places.
Summary: My 1st grade math whiz loves this calculator and that he can use it for all sorts of calculations (he likes to see what # x # would be for example) and can use it like 'flash cards'. Easy to use for his age.
Summary: My son loves calculators but has poor short term memory. So learning his facts was a challenge. I purchased several different tools and I am safe to say that this was his favorite one. It has several different functions and is easy to use.
Summary: I use this mostly for multiplication drills for my children. You have the option of doing drills by family. If you get a wrong answer a 'X' mark will show at the top right of the screen. When the answer is correct a check mark will show.