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Monsters, Ghosts and Vampires Apps

    Monster Math is a fun arcade-style math app that provides interactive and challenging math games for children looking to practice calculation skills from addition to division. 

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    ChoreMonster is a free chore app for iPhone and iPad that is designed to make it easy and fun for children to complete chores. Children can earn points by completing chores that they can turn in for real life rewards like ice cream, a camping trip, or an hour of Xbox - the parents set the rewards making it one of the best chore app for kids. ChoreMonster is free to download for iOS devices and helps develop organizational and life skills. ChoreMonster is suitable for children 7+. This chore app is safe and easy to use! 

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Sushi Monster is a math app from Scholastic which provides a fun environment for students to practice their addition and multiplication skills by feeding the monster numbered plates of sushi, creating a number sentence to arrive at the monster's requested number. 

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Monster Math 2 is an award-winning app, that helps kids from grades 1 to 5, with Math facts practice. Kids help Maxx rescue Juno, and in the process, practice a lot of Math facts in a really fun game. This is one of the most loved Math games on the app store - a lot of kids have gone from hating to loving Math, with Monster Math! And for a limited time it is available for completely free this week. 

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    An engaging games-based app that combines game play and mathematical learning.  Children must help Tob recover parts of his spaceship, by completing levels and chapters throughout the game, in order to escape from the strange planet he has landed on.  Each games allows children to learn and practice a new mathematical skill based on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Teach Your Monster to Read is a reading and literacy game available as an app (iOS, Android) and on the web. Teach your Monster to Read is an award winning game that teaches children to read in a fun and simplistic manner. Teach your Monster to Read has been designed in collaboration with academics at Roehampton university and complements Phases 2-5 of UK Government-approved Letters and Sounds and other major systematic synthetic phonics programmes. The whole program is also available on the internet for free. If parents purchase the app and create a free account online, kids can play under their unique usernames online or with the app interchangeably. 

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Learning maths is sometimes said to be like building a wall -you have to get the foundations strong. This app will help a child to do this with a step by step approach to building maths skills, reported back to the parent so that they know where a child needs support. All of this in a colourful engaging app.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Learn about the letters, their sounds, and words that use them in this beautifully designed app.  Different activities teach and provide practice for children in an app that is suitable for both independent and adult-supported learning.  Four languages provide extra flexibility.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Monster Physics will have children building all types of objects in order to complete missions or just for the simple fun of it. Monster Physics is an educational game for children and adults. It has three activities: missions, building, and learning. In the learning section, children become familiar with common physics vocabulary terms. They can build any type of object they can imagine using some or all of the 68 included parts. This game is suitable for Key Stage 1 and 2 and also has elements for higher key stages. The app teaches students about the basic principles of physics such as friction, rotation, mass, speed and velocity.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Another Monster at the End of This Book easily stands head-and-shoulders above the first one by adding fun banter between Elmo and Grover. Tasks for children to complete are enhanced with a simple combination lock and ungluing pages so you can keep going to see the monster. Once you're set with the first Monster book, you'll want to add this one to your iPad also.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad