Download Battle Station - SylvanPlay™ apk 1.1.64 free for Android smartphone

23 Dec
Battle Station - SylvanPlay™

Posted by Sylvan Learning Inc. in Educational | Dec. 23, 2014 | 1 Comments

Apk file size: 31.0 MB

Sound the alarms! All hands to the battle station! In this new math learning game, the only way to defend your ship from enemy submarines is to estimate their location. Your ship’s sonar will tell you the coordinates of incoming subs. Then, you must estimate the subs’ locations using the marker buoys.

This game features:
*Fun and challenging situations to help kids build their estimation skills (great for grades 1-4)
*Engaging tasks to give kids a visual understanding of where numbers fall on the number line
*Encounters with important math units including integers, percentages and decimals

Winner of the 2013 National STEM Video Game Design Competition


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Battle Station is part of Sylvan Learning’s SylvanPlay™ mobile games network for grades 1-4. SylvanPlay is a library of fun, Sylvan-approved educational apps all packaged together in one place, so parents don’t have to spin their wheels looking for high-quality apps for their kids. We’ve gathered the best educational apps — and we’re creating mobile games of our own — in math, language arts, science, geography and so much more. Your family can enjoy great learning moments, anytime, anywhere. Let the learning fun begin!

Sylvan Learning Inc. part of our Educational and have average installs from 5000 to 10000. Last Update Dec. 23, 2014. Google play rating is 70.9524. Current verison is 1.1.64. Actual size 31.0 MB.

Download battle-station-sylvanplay-tm.apk 31.0 MB


Tamim Suhail

Fantastic App! I see a range of ratings; however, no one said anything good or bad. I'll be the first true commenter, and it's fantastic. My students loved it, and it's an excellent source of explorative practice for any level. It even can challenge adults because you must locate many different types of numbers on the number line, with and without visual aids. For example, the harder levels ask students to locate where 55/100 is on the number line while only being shown the number zero and one, without any increments.

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