Toys of the Seventies, Little Professor

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This item was a Texas Instruments calculator designed to be a learning aid for mathematics. The housing and graphics depicted a figure with glasses and a mortar board, white mustache and an open book. You could use it as a regular calculator or it would quiz you on simple math problems and give you a percentage of your correct answers (score).
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Chris - May 27, 2008 - Report this comment
I still have my little professor and last time I checked, it still worked! I never really "got" math, but loved playing the little games. It was my start of loving anything digital.
jersey_devil - June 16, 2008 - Report this comment
I had this too and played with it a bunch. At least until the double digits stuff, then it got too tough as I recall. There is a picture of it under the "O" section called 'owl math game'. Must have been posted there by accident.
Erica - October 25, 2011 - Report this comment
Oh my goodness! I nearly forgot about my little professor. I played this for hours, quizzing myself on everything from division to multiplication. I can hardly believe, looking back now, that I considered this truly fun! Today it would be an iphone or handheld portable game console that kids would be into, not something actually educational! Oh, I wish I still had this!

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