Monster Math Squad

TV review by Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media
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age 4+

Superhero-style monsters solve predicaments with math.

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age 4+

Excellent Learning Program

I am surprised to see a rating of only 3 stars by the CS reviewer—this show is really good! Each episode introduces a math concept (length, weight, capacity, etc). Monsters encounter a problem and utilize that math concept to solve the problem. Friendly characters model collaborative problem-solving and growth mindset (mistakes are respected, inspected & corrected). Each math concept is repeatedly demonstrated and can be easily replicated as a hands-on project at home (make your own ruler, experiment with the capacity of different scoops, etc). This show is a winner for young math enthusiasts or parents interested in extending their children's learning and looking for inspiration.

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