Parents' Guide to

Sushi Monster

By Erin Wilkey Oh, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Clever and challenging addition and multiplication practice.

App iPad Free Education
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age 6+

Based on 2 parent reviews

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age 6+

Sushi Monsters is Really Addictive

I have a 5, 6 and 8 year old and they are always on the family iPad. (We just bought them one to share.) My kids love this app. They even asked me to play some for them to unlock additional monsters. Would love to see more about the monsters. Maybe something like "Where's My Water" which tells a story. I hope they add more levels and more monsters!!!!

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (2 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

SUSHI MONSTER is a fun and effective way to practice addition and multiplication. The clever concept makes the app feel less like schoolwork and more like play. Colorful, cartoony monsters and great sound effects add to the playful vibe. Outbursts from the monsters are more thrilling than scary and increase the engagement factor.

When kids miss a problem, the app doesn't show them what they could've done differently to reach a correct answer. Sushi Monster offers a helpful strategy tip for each level to assist frustrated players, but it is a bit hard to find. And players might very well get frustrated, because the difficulty level ramps up quite a bit between levels. Still, even with a few shortcomings this fun, free app is great math practice and worth checking out.

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