Pop For Addition And Subtraction™ Game

Item: 160483

$ 9.99
Item #:  160483
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Boost Math-Fact Recall With This Fast-Poppin’ Game

Students spin the spinner to start the action, then draw a card from the gumball machine. Players keep the card if they answer the math fact correctly, or lose all their cards if a "POP" card is drawn! Cards cover addition and subtraction facts to 10. Instructions include two levels of play and three game variations.

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Safety:
  WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
Standards Spotlight:
Solve addition and subtraction word problems, and add and subtract within 10.
Brand:
Learning Resources
Grade Level:
Grades: K-3
Details:
  • 100 cards
    Size: 1½" diameter each

  • 1 spinner
    Size: 3¼" diameter

  • 1 box
    Size: 3½"W by 3½"D by 6"H

  • 2-4 players

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5 Star
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Reviewed by 2 Customers
5 Stars

Easy Center Activity

I use this game at a math center with my first graders. It's a fun activity that reinforces math fluency in both addition and subtraction facts within 10. The kids love it and cheer when I tell them that Pop is one of the activities they will be using.
3/30/2016
By Fun in First from , IL
5 Stars

The kids love it!

I use the game at a math center. It's a great for review and reinforcement of math facts. It's engaging and fast paced which keeps my students interested and having fun while they learn.
7/10/2014
By K teacher from , MA
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