Meet Sushi Monster! A game to practice, reinforce, and extend math fact fluency is completely engaging and appropriately challenging.
Strengthen reasoning strategies for whole number addition and multiplication by helping monsters make a target sum or product. Earn points with each correct answer… but watch out for distractions! To be successful, plan ahead and strategically select numbers from the sushi counter.
Meets Common Core State Standards
Extend fact knowledge to support strategic reasoning and computational flexibility in addition and multiplication.
12 CAREFULLY SEQUENCED LEVELS
- 7 addition levels
- 5 multiplication levels
- 4 rounds in each level
- 14 target numbers per round
- Replay each round with new numbers
ENGAGING GAME PLAY
Use speed and accuracy to place sushi pieces near the monster and make the target number. Make a correct equation to feed the monster.
PROGRESS IS REWARDED
Earn points, stars, trophies, and personal bests to challenge yourself and unlock new levels.
About Sushi Monster & FASTT Math Next Generation
Enjoy this sneak peek of FASTT Math Next Generation! Sushi Monster is just 1 of 18 new games that makes FASTT Math Next Generation smarter, faster, and more fun!
FASTT Math has always provided the most efficient, personalized path to fact fluency for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Disclosure for Parents
This app does not collect any personally identifiable information.
This app contains:
•No Links to websites
•No social media sharing
•No location tracking functions
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good game, too few levels
This is an amazing game and my kids love it, but the problem is they beat it in a week and there are no more levels. I think you should add subtraction and division and also add more levels to the existing ones. Also, you should add more trophies. Thanks!
Needs more levels
My 3rd grader likes the game, especially the music and the sound effects. However, there are only 7 levels for addition and 5 for multiplication and these are too simple. The only increase in difficulty is achieved by adding one or two zeros at the end of the target numbers. For example, in the first level of multiplication the goal may be finding 2 numbers with product 42. In level five, the goal would be a product of 4200. The addition levels are on the same principle, the hardest problems being of the type "83 plus what gives 89".
Fun for at Home, Not an App for School
I would recommend this app as a worthwhile alternative to the brain-sucking time-waster game apps that kids are sometimes drawn to. However, as a teacher, this app is rather random in its leveling and scope of what it covers. It is not a comprehensive math fact app. This is an app that is high on fun, but low on content. An app like XtraMath would be a better choice for fact practice. It doesn't have sushi or monsters, but plenty of the foundational, sequential skills practice opportunities kids need in relation to math facts.
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- 102.7 MB
Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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