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DragonBox Algebra 5+

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Description of DragonBox Algebra 5+

DragonBox Algebra 5+ - The game that secretly teaches algebra

DragonBox Algebra 5+ Is perfect for giving young children a head start in mathematics and algebra. Children as young as five can easily begin to grasp the basic processes involved in solving linear equations without even realising that they are learning. The game is intuitive, engaging and fun, allowing anyone to learn the basics of algebra at his or her own pace.

DragonBox Algebra 5+ covers the following algebraic concepts:

* Addition

* Division

* Multiplication

Suitable from age five and up, DragonBox Algebra 5+ gives young learners the opportunity to get familiar with the basics of equation solving.

DragonBox uses a novel pedagogical method based on discovery and experimentation. Players learn how to solve equations in a playful and colorfull game environment where they are encouraged to experiment and be creative. By manipulating cards and trying to isolate the DragonBox on one side of the game board, the player gradually learns the operations required to isolate X on one side of an equation. Little by little, the cards are replaced with numbers and variables, revealing the addition, division and multiplication operators the player has been learning throughout the game.

Playing does not require supervision, although parents can assist them in transferring learned skills into pen and paper equation solving. It is a great game for parents to play with their kids and can even give them an opportunity to freshen up their own math skills.

DragonBox was developed by former math teacher Jean-Baptiste Huynh and has been heralded as a perfect example of game-based learning. As a result, it is currently forming the basis of an extensive research project by the Center For Game Science at the University of Washington.

Features

* 10 progressive chapters (5 learning, 5 training)

* 200 puzzles

* Learn to solve equations involving addition, subtraction, division and multiplication

* Multiple profiles

* Dedicated graphics and music for each chapter

* supported languages: English, français, norsk, svenska, dansk, español, 한국어, italiano, português, Deutsch, русский, 简体中文, 繁體中文, suomi, Nederlands, Eesti, Euskara, Türkçe, Čeština, Lietuvių, Magyar, 日本語...

Awards:

Gold Medal

2012 International Serious Play Awards

Best Educational Game

2012 Fun and Serious Games Festival

Best Serious Mobile Game

2012 Serious Games Showcase & Challenge

App of the Year

GullTasten 2012

Children’s App of the Year

GullTasten 2012

Best Serious Game

9th International Mobile Gaming Awards (2012 IMGA)

2013 ON for Learning Award

Common Sense Media

Best Nordic Innovation Award 2013

2013 Nordic Game Awards

Editors choice award

Children’s Technology Review

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More Information Of DragonBox Algebra 5+

lable: Education - Apps Current Version:1.3.7 Publish Date:2021-08-08 Developer:Kahoot DragonBox AS

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A Google user 2017-05-09

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Evil characters and monsters, girls do not like this, this app is made for boys. It\'s a very dark application and really takes away from the brilliance of the function of the app. Should have a friendly happy option for girls with happy avatars and grow something happy like a unicorn with accessories that girls want to see. My daughter likes the game play but complains about she doesn\'t like the monsters so she doesn\'t want to play. Noticed all good reviews were about their BOY loving the game. I would give 5 stars if it was friendly so she desires to play, isn\'t that the point?
Andie LaMantia 2017-12-14

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My 3 year old DAUGHTER and 10 year old Step DAUGHTER both love this, and think the monsters are adorable. Things don\'t need to have rainbows and kittens and sugar to be cute, and there is nothing wrong with this game just how it is, whether it is for your girl, boy, or yourself. We find this game delightful and engaging, love the art and character choices, and think the dragons just get cuter and cuter as they \"grow\". The Game moves at a great pace- cementing skills before moving forward- and the \"show me the solution\" keeps it from getting overly frustrating. The game is re-playable, and charming.
Iurii Shcherbyna 2016-08-29

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I bought it on a phone, but when I try to install on a tablet it shows me a cost and asks to confirm a payment.
A Google user 2017-01-11

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Update with strange permission Games App developers need to incorporate much better practices when requiring unreasonable permissions - link with permissions explained one by one is a standard common practice now so why not do that +WeWantToKnow AS? Until I know why Dragon Box requires access to phonecalls I am not updating. Better would be to drop these requirements altogether as what does a game need to know about my phone stuff? #android #paranoid #developers #commonsense 
Raj Rao 2020-01-05

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This is awesome. When my kid started playing it first, I thought I had been swindled as it had some pictures and clicking stuff made things disappear. But then a few games later things started changing and by the end, without her knowing she was working with Xs, As, Bs and Cs. Mind blown. Definitely recommend it. Going to buy the next level up
JRD Gregorio 2017-11-18

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For an old guy. It was a fun game logic ignoring the algebra part. It took me till chapter 4 to start seeing the Algebra components. I initially rated this app high but had to lower it because it ended too quickly. For the price. the gameplay should be longer. Now I\'m scared to buy other Dragonbox products knowing I may get another \"short\" game.
Kevin Lee 2018-08-04

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I\'m still being ignored by the app developers. This app is like a matching logic game, so easy my 4yr old can do it. DO NOT purchase this but rather the advanced version. There really is no \"Algebra\" in this version. Still waiting for the refund
delandreth 2018-05-15

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Clean app, no ads, high performance, simple, intuitive controls and interface. I will be using this app with students of varying ages throughout the years. I purchased this game while looking for a way to help a second grade student of mine learn to use her math skills in a fun setting. Being a k-12 math/science tutor, I\'m pretty good at algebra myself. It\'s a short, but fun, playthrough as an adult. I wish I had had this game when I was first learning algebra.
Kendra Lockman 2018-03-20

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I teach math to adults, focusing a lot on pre-algebra, and much of my time is spent convincing students that we can discover the rules of algebra through our understanding of basic arithmetic. One of the largest obstacles for students who don\'t do well in math is that they have learned it as a set of rules and procedures that they just memorize without any justification. That is exactly what Dragonbox Algebra 5+ teaches. It doesn\'t give any context or meaning to the equations, it just treats the equations as abstract objects. Therefore, there is no *reason* for the rules, they are just rules to be memorized. In addition, contrary to how math is actually done, in this game there is generally only one way to solve a given equation. For example, I was given x+a/b=c. Whereas the one-step procedure for this is to subtract a/b from both sides, this app doesn\'t allow subtracting fractions, so you have to first multiply everything by a, then subtract b, and then divide everything by a. Absurd. I love Dragonbox Numbers and Big Numbers and Elements because they emphasize meaning and creativity and flexibility. This one may well be more damaging than it is helpful.
Michael Foley 2016-08-26

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Learning without realizing it Conceptually presents algebra rules and procedures in a way that is easy to understand and you don\'t necessarily realize the applicability until the animals turn to numbers