This will basically let it render everything readable, while also decreasing load times. The way that'll work with the answer column though is if you go over 30 it'll create a separate answer page (with 2 student answer keys). The way I've set this up is that not every problem will show up in the answer bank though, but logical ones will. 83 or 38 That answer won't show up in the bank because it'd be a 'gimme'. And as always if you notice anything not working or looking quite right, please let me know. This was actually something I used daily in my class. I designed the site to be as user friendly as possible (minimal ads, no signup, constant updates) and none of that will change.In order to help keep things as small as possible I've added the option to shuffle the problems for best fit. Oh yeah, if you absolutely hate change and want to use the old version of the c-a-r or c-a-t you can find them here: Create-A-Review(old version) Create-A-Test(old version) Hey all, So I've updated the Spelling Sheets Maker ... This time I've added an option to generate a crossword puzzle page. You know the scenario that always plays out when you have students grading papers: Anyway, this helps to eliminate all that. Essentially you can pledge a certain amount per month (as much or little as you'd like) and it helps out content creators. Unfortunately since everything on the site is free for everyone I don't really have much to offer. There won't be any 'members only' content or anything like that.Hey all, Since I never really talk about updates, I guess I should.
Now instead of just taking you straight to the sheet it'll give you a bunch of options to change.
Most of the options are pretty self explanatory, but with the 'Number of Problems' it won't let you do more than the default, only less.
And if you're one of those folks who hates change (I feel ya). so on every sheet you'll see a little star next to the title of the sheets. I mean technically the boxes are still there but now they're hidden and have variable sizes.
You can revert back to the old way in the Options page. This is because if the size was set too big it would cause graphical errors. If you click the star it'll add that sheet to your favorites. And since everything no longer has to fit in to a 1 inch by 2 inch box it also allows for more problem types. You can now sort by 1st through 8th grade or by subject.
The normal worksheet shuffle will essentially sort by problem width, while the 'force half page' will shuffle by problem height. It's your basic grade scale, but it'll also resize to whatever size your window is. BUT if you do pledge $3 I'll remove all the ads from the site, just for you. Any new material created will still be available for free for all.
So it should be easily seen by all students when put through a projector. =D But anyway, there's still so much more I want to do with it. Your pledge will allow me to make more new content, more frequently, for more subjects. Before if you put 0 as an answer it wouldn't display. • Fixed a bug with multiple choice, defined letters under 4 choices.
Now it will attempt to create a 16:9 proportional page.
So the page size will increase and increase to accommodate the problems. I've also added a new section which is basically a grading scale.
You CAN force it to use the half page format, but depending on the the problem types you chose they may or may not fit.
For example, trying to create a review of 10 bar graphs would be impossible to fit into half a page. With all the other changes made, projector mode also had to be completely changed.