Pop for Addition & Subtraction Giveaway

Hola amigos! I have a great math game giveaway for you today! It’s called Pop for Addition & Subtraction by Learning Resources.



This game is actually a really fun way to review math facts in a less boring…we hate flashcards…kind of way. The container looks like a cute gumball machine, and each math fact is on a colorful gumball as well.


  • Cost: $9.99
  • Includes 90 math fact cards (1-10), 10 pop cards, a spinner, and instruction guide.
  • For 2-4 players, but we’ve all been known to play together!

How to play:

To play the game each player takes a turn spinning the spinner. The picture your arrow lands on tells you how many gumballs you can take. If you can answer the math facts on the back of the gumball you get to keep it. If not you have to put it back in the box. Whoever has the most gumballs at the end wins!



But beware…there is a “POP” card and if you draw that, ALL of your gumballs have to go back into the box!  I believe Strawberry Shortcake just drew one such card…



This game is great for elementary level kids, and you can also separate out the gumballs if you want to work on just addition or just subtraction. I like to do them both.



The kids think it’s fun because it moves so fast, and they would much rather do this than speed drills or flashcards!



Here’s a close-up of the cards. They’re very durable thick material so should last for quite sometime provided the dogs don’t eat one or anything.



They also make a phonics version, so if you like this game, you might also want to check out my “Pop for Letters” review which is the same concept only using the alphabet instead.

Want more information?

Buy It: Get Pop for Addition & Subtraction for just $9.99

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  1. I would love to win this for my daughter!

  2. This game looks great! I am always looking for fun ways to learn with my kids! we’d love to win this!

  3. I’m working on reviewing addition and subtraction right now with my first grader.

  4. This would make reviewing math facts so fun for the kids I teach!

  5. Priscilla says:

    Looks like fun! Would love to win this for my niece who needs help in math.

  6. Michele R says:

    I would love to win this for my son. We are going to be homeschooling him next year in the fall when he starts kindergarten. He loves games and this would be a wonderful tool!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

  7. I’m always looking for fun educational games to incorporate into our lessons! I would love to have this to make Friday math days more enjoyable! 😀

  8. Sounds like a blast and my family would love it!!

  9. I would love to win this because I have 9 children and I’m always looking for new, fun things to do with them.

  10. I would love to win. This will be great for our math center!

  11. i have a first grader just learning addtion and subtraction..this would be great for him!

  12. My girls and I would love to play this!

  13. I would like to win this for my son!

  14. Kayla Rice says:

    I would love to win this for my daughter :)

  15. Tanya Rubezhov says:

    I would like to win it to practice addition and subtraction with my daughter.
    Thank you for the giveaway.

  16. My daughter is learning addition and subtraction and can use practice. :)

  17. My son would absolutely love this game.

  18. Because my oldest daughter is struggling with math and any games we play certainly help her with this right now! It would be nice to do something different than just learn things straight out.

  19. How great is this!?! I love this concept! This would be excellent for my boys! I love your review on the POP letters as well!

  20. Math facts without flashcards!

  21. My son hates to review his math facts. This might work.

  22. My son is just starting to figure out addition and he would love this!

  23. dawn finch says:

    I would love to win this for my son to review his math facts

  24. This game looks like a lot of fun!

  25. This would be great for game night.

  26. Tabitha Dollinger says:

    I think both my sons could benefit from playing this game!!!

  27. This looks fun! Thanks for sharing.

  28. This would be a great game for my daughter who struggles with math.

  29. Jenna DeMaria says:

    We would love to win because we also find flashcards boring. Thanks for the giveaway!

  30. It looks like your children had fun playing the game. I love it when we can make math fun!

  31. Looks like so much fun, and a great change from flashcards! My daughter would love the look of it too!

  32. Perfect for my 1st grader! I’d lve to win!

  33. This would be fun to play for school!

  34. I love games that make learning fun! This looks like it would be one of them!

  35. I have 5 kids that are 10 or younger. This would be great for them to practice their math facts.

  36. Would love to win the game…just starting home school and looking for all the resources we can get as we are on a tight budget with it.

  37. I am praying about homeschooling my 3 boys and feel that God is leading me to do it this Fall. I would love to win the game to be able to have more resources to teach.

  38. Love educational games!

  39. This would be so much fun!!!!

  40. My kiddos would forget they were learning!

  41. This is a great idea for our math center! Thanks for the opportunity :)

  42. Looks like fun. We would love to win it.

  43. My daughter is currently learning her math facts and this would be a great variation for working on them!

  44. What a great product. I’d love to win this for my son!

  45. I would love tihs for my son to help us review and get fast with our math facts!

    Thanks for the chance,
    Beth =-)

  46. This looks fun just like that popcorn one you did a while back. I have a four year old ready to move into something a little more difficult than counting and recognition. This would be fun.

  47. Christy S. says:

    This games looks like so much fun! My son would love this game! He loves doing math. Thanks so much for the chance to win this game!

  48. What a neat idea! I would love to try this game with my kids!

  49. My mom would like to have this.

  50. Lisa Layton says:

    I’d like to win because, like you said, its a fun change from the speed drills and flashcards. My girls would love to play a game like this for math.

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