Motion Math: Hungry Fish
Motion Math:Hungry Fish is an amazing app and widely popular among educators. The kids can add and subtract in an underwater world where feeding fish involves math. The children can learn the underpinnings of addition, subtraction, and negative numbers in a highly intuitive fashion just by feeding little fish their desired diet.
Motion Math: Hungry Fish helps kids learn and strengthen mental math skills in addition and subtraction. It's designed for a wide range of grade levels, and with several games and difficulty levels it can give kids years of practice as their math skills grow.
From the Developer
**Feed your fish and play with numbers!**
Practice mental addition and subtraction with Motion Math: Hungry Fish, a delightful learning game that's fun for children and grownups!
**JUST RELEASED! Check out our "prequel" to Hungry Fish, Motion Math: Hungry Guppy, for kids 3- to 7-years-old. **
"Hungry Fish had me hooked...a fantastic Math game" - The iPhone Mom
Your fish is hungry for numbers. You can make delicious sums by pinching two numbers together – instant addition! Keep feeding your fish to win a level and unlock new colors and fins.
The app is free to try, with In-App purchase for an addition level and two subtraction and negative levels. (Plus purchase anything and you'll get bonus fish colors and fins.)
"Our students were enthralled by this simple, yet brilliant game – polishing up on their number skills with smiles on their faces!" - Teachers with Apps
From the award-winning creators of Motion Math and Motion Math Zoom comes an intuitive way to visualize addition: as the bringing together of two objects. Most math worksheets and math games ask "3 + 4 = ?" Hungry Fish instead challenges players to find, for example, the many different ways to create a sum of 7.
Motion Math is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: 4-7, 8-10, 11-12, parents
Categories: Games, Math, Addition, Subtraction, Counting, Early Learning, Numbers, Special Needs