Monster Math Squad

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  • TV-Y
  • 2012
  • 2 Seasons
  • 6.0  (41)

Monster Math Squad is a children's television show designed to teach children important mathematical skills while thoroughly engaging them at the same time. The show features several fuzzy math monsters as stars of the show. The monsters have daily adventures that require simple mathematical processes to solve problems. Children learn skills such as counting numbers, adding and subtracting numbers, counting and sorting objects, telling time and reading clocks, creating and recognizing patterns, measuring solids and liquids, recognizing shapes, and so much more! This television show teaches math in a way that is fun, witty, engaging, and relatable to children of all ages.

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Monster Factory Fiasco
20. Monster Factory Fiasco
 
The Squad is enlisted by Maker Monster to help count and package up large numbers of toys quickly and accurately.
Number Line Monster's New Game
19. Number Line Monster's New Game
 
The Squad use their knowledge about "next" numbers in order to put Number Line Monster back together after he falls apart and to play a counting game.
Monster Treat Trouble
18. Monster Treat Trouble
 
Freezy Treat Monster's cart has broken down, so it's up to the Squad to reproduce the correct patterns of frozen gloop and decorations on the cones.
Handmonster's Helpers
17. Handmonster's Helpers
 
The Squad helps Miss Hand Monster get her nails ready by using their knowledge of five to select the correct amount of nail polish.
Double Trouble
16. Double Trouble
 
Muddle Monster wants to play Whack-a-Monster-Ball with Double Monster, but the Squad has to learn how to make everything double before DM will play!
Too Heavy for the Hopping Honkers
15. Too Heavy for the Hopping Honkers
 
Three monsters of different weights learn which of three different-sized Honkers are the right match for them.
Mail Carrier Monster's Big Mess
14. Mail Carrier Monster's Big Mess
 
When Lickity Monster licks the stamps off the mail, the Squad put things right by learning that different shapes have different numbers of sides.
Slugmonsters' Race
13. Slugmonsters' Race
 
The Squad learns about measuring time while helping Sporty Monster figure out which of his Slugmonsters can win the annual Slugmonsters' Race!
Special Delivery
12. Special Delivery
 
The math-tastic power of Counting by Tens helps the Squad and Sally Scout Monster quickly figure out how many Crabapple Cookies Sally has to deliver.
Monster Cake Mistake
11. Monster Cake Mistake
 
The Squad helps Miss Murkley make identical double cake orders for Even Stevie and Even Evie by cutting cakes into two symmetrical pieces.
Mini Monsters Mayhem
10. Mini Monsters Mayhem
 
The Squad help bring about peace and quiet with the little monsters by learning that two sets of objects are equal if they each have the same numbers.
Delivery Monster Doesn't Deliver
9. Delivery Monster Doesn't Deliver
 
The Squad must go backward down a number line -- that is, from 5 to 3, and then from 5 to 1 -- to help Delivery Monster stay on schedule.
Monster Joke Box
8. Monster Joke Box
January 1, 2012
The Squad help unlock a joke box by using keys of differing shapes that fit into their keyholes only when they are in the correct position.
Monster Go Round
7. Monster Go Round
 
Some little monsters want to ride the new Monster-Go-Round, but they won't all fit, so the Squad use "subtract" to make two smaller sets of monsters.
Monster Bed Builders
6. Monster Bed Builders
 
The Squad help a monster follow a recipe for making a compost bed by learning that "sum" indicates the total of two or more objects added together.
Uncle Gloop's Putrid Peppers
5. Uncle Gloop's Putrid Peppers
 
Comparing objects enables the Squad to determine if the amount of water given to one plant is more or less than the amount given to another plant.
Muddy Monster
4. Muddy Monster
 
The Squad helps a clumsy sculptor complete his latest monsterpiece by learning how volume is not affected by shape.
Toothy Monster Plant Mix-Up
3. Toothy Monster Plant Mix-Up
January 1, 2012
The Squad help Farmer Monster, who grows Toothy Plants with differing numbers of teeth, as he counts how many teeth each plant has.
Best Best Monsters Ever
2. Best Best Monsters Ever
 
Monstrous romance is in the air as Nervous Nelly Monster calls the Squad to ask for help preparing a stinkweed bouquet on her wedding day.
Slime Cube Sale
1. Slime Cube Sale
 
Mr. Cranky Pants Monster asks for help in packing up orders of Slime Cubes when he can't figure out the proper size of boxes in which to pack them.
Description

Monster Math Squad is a children's television show designed to teach children important mathematical skills while thoroughly engaging them at the same time. The show features several fuzzy math monsters as stars of the show. The monsters have daily adventures that require simple mathematical processes to solve problems. Children learn skills such as counting numbers, adding and subtracting numbers, counting and sorting objects, telling time and reading clocks, creating and recognizing patterns, measuring solids and liquids, recognizing shapes, and so much more! This television show teaches math in a way that is fun, witty, engaging, and relatable to children of all ages.

Monster Math Squad is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (60 episodes). The series first aired on May 7, 2012.

Where to Watch Monster Math Squad

Monster Math Squad is available for streaming on the CBC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Monster Math Squad on demand at Amazon, Google Play, Apple TV and Tubi TV.

  • Premiere Date
    May 7, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    6.0  (41)