Monster Math: Beautiful Journey that Secretly Improves Math


Monster Math: Beautiful Journey that Secretly Improves Math

When we take a look on how mobiles have changed education in recent years, we will be blown away by the huge number of apps available for teaching various subjects; subjects like Math are very crucial for the children.

Practicing Math is important for the students in order to build solid maths foundation. Many educational iPad apps help kids to practice maths with fun, Monster Math is one such popular app.

Monster Math is an iPad app for kids to learn arithmetic. The app is a combination of hilarious animations, beautiful artwork, as well as an engaging story line. All these stuffs make kids practice arithmetic. Watch its quick trailer here.

Monster Math is available in two versions; one is paid and one is free. Paid version is available for $2.99 with full content and freemium is a single in-app upgrade, users can try free version before they go for paid ones.

Why Monster Math?

Engaging Storyline: Monster Math is a mix of characters, script, and animations that makes this app very engaging. The app have been tested and revised many times.

Adaptive Logic: The game play regulates the difficulty level on how the learners are doing and progressing.  It reflects if students are slow or fast depending on how students are performing in arithmetic.

Extremely Simple but Insightful Reports:  Parents get snapshot of the performance of their kids. It is very easy for Parents to review their performance by just looking at the snapshot, parents will get an overview how their children are doing.

With Monster Maths, students can:

  • Learn and practice  arithmetic  (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)
  • Hilarious cut-scenes
  • Adaptive logic
  • Frustration-free experience
  • In-depth reporting
  • No Ads by Third Party

Educational Maths games available allow kids to practice maths in a fun and rewarding way. These games available over the Internet make Maths learning process easy and full of fun using games, worksheets, flash cards, and various other activities. With Math games, teachers can take out frustration of students for practicing math and make it a great experience.

About the Author
Author: Prasanna Bharti
Prasanna is a blogger by profession, and loves to write about education technology. Her write-ups intend to provide a deep insight about enormous resources and ideas available to make learning better and effective with the use of technology.
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