Feed The Monster teaches your child the fundamentals of reading. Collect monster eggs and feed them letters so they can grow into new friends!
WHAT IS FEED THE MONSTER?
Feed The Monster uses proven ‘play to learn’ techniques to engage kids and help them learn to read. Children enjoy collecting and growing pet monsters while learning reading fundamentals.
FREE TO DOWNLOAD, NO ADS, NO IN APP PURCHASES!
All content is 100% free, created by literacy nonprofits CET, Apps Factory, and Curious Learning.
GAME FEATURES TO PROMOTE READING SKILLS:
• Fun and engaging phonics puzzles
• Letter tracing games to aid reading and writing
• Vocabulary memory games
• Challenging “sound only” levels
• Parental progress report
• Multi-users login for individual user progress.
• Collectable, evolvable, and fun monsters
• Designed to promote socio-emotional skills
• No in-app purchases
• No ads
• No internet connection needed
DEVELOPED BY EXPERTS FOR YOUR CHILD.
The game is based on years of research and experience into the science of literacy. It incorporates key skills for literacy, including Phonological Awareness, Letter Recognition, Phonics, Vocabulary, and Sight Word Reading so kids can develop a strong foundation for reading. Built around the concept of caring for a collection of monsters, it is designed to encourage empathy, perseverance and socio-emotional development for children.
WHO ARE WE?
Feed the monster was funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs as part of the EduApp4Syria-competition. The original Arabic app was developed as a joint venture between Apps Factory, The Center for Educational Technology (CET) and The International Rescue Committee (IRC).
Feed the Monster was adapted to English by Curious Learning, a non-profit dedicated to promoting access to effective literacy content for everyone who needs it. We're a team of researchers, developers, and educators dedicated to giving children everywhere literacy education in their native language based on evidence and data – and are working to bring Feed The Monster to 100+ high-impact languages around the world.