Nov 142011
Rock n learn addition
As a mother of three boys I love the Rock ‘N Learn educational dvds, and my boys have quite a Rock ‘N Learn library, with educational dvds from grammar, to biology, math and more. The latest Rock ‘N Learn DVD in the collection is the Rock ‘N Learn Addition & Subtraction Rock DVD
With a third grader and a kindergartener in the family, the Rock ‘N Learn Addition & Subtraction Rock DVD is just what we needed. 
Through rock and roll the Rock ‘N Learn DVD teaches kids the simple concepts of addition and subtraction, and by rocking it out, they keep the basics of math simple. With visual images such as cars, cakes and more in addition to the math problem, it makes visual learners get a better grasp of the math concepts presented in the Rock ‘N Learn Addition & Subtraction Rock DVD.
This math DVD is great practice for my nine-year-old son as he turns the DVD into a flash card game, where he needs to get the result before it is announced. For my five-year-old son, the Rock ‘N Learn Addition & Subtraction Rock DVD is more about learning the different math concepts, and about finding an enthusiasm for math through music.
The Rock ‘N Learn Addition & Subtraction Rock includes the following:
  • Add A While (adding 0 and 1)
  • Adding Up (adding sums to 10)
  • Take Away (subtracting 0 and 1)
  • Keep Subtracting (subtracting from numbers up to 10)
  • Plus Minus Jam (adding or subtracting mixed facts)
  • Double Time / Half Time (doubling a number or halving it)
  • Big Number Add (adding sums up to 18)
  • Having Fun (subtracting from numbers to 18)
  • Everyone Rock (practice adding and subtracting mixed facts)
  • Classroom Star (more practice adding and subtracting mixed facts)

The Rock ‘N Learn Addition & Subtraction Rock DVD is 40 minutes long, and it is recommended from ages 6 and up

About Rock ‘N Learn
The Rock ‘N Learn DVDs are cool educational DVDs that uses music to teach children in a way that actually makes them remember what they have learned.
Rock N’ Learn was founded in the mid 80s, by Richard and Brad Caudle, two brothers who put their professions of school psychologist and rock musician together to make a fun and entertaining way to teach children the basics and to keep learning fun and easy for everyone.

The Rock ‘N Learn DVDs and CDs will make great holiday gifts, and the selection of educational cds and dvds is phenomenal with more than 50 fun learning products for kids from the preschool age and up. Rock ‘N Learn has fun DVDs and CDs in topics such as spelling, reading, math problems, science, biology, astronomy and much much more.

Holiday Gift Guide 2011
Buy It
You can buy the new Rock ‘N Learn Addition and Subtraction DVD and the other Rock ‘N Learn educational DVDs and products at, or get the Rock ‘N Learn: Addition & Subtraction Rock on Amazon and at various educational toy retailers.

You can use the Store Locator to find a retailer near you.

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Win It
One of Frugality Is Free’s readers will win the Rock ‘N Learn DVD or CD of their choice as a part of the Holiday Gift Guide.

This giveaway will end Wednesday December 14th at midnight EST. 
The giveaway is open to U.S. residents 18 years old or older. I will chose the winner via, and the winner will be notified by e-mail. Make sure to leave your email, or have your contact available on your blogger profile. The winner will have 48 hours to respond, and if there is no response another winner will be chosen. 

Disclosure: I received a complimentary Rock ‘N Learn Addition & Subtraction Rock  for the purpose of writing a review and hosting a giveaway. No monetary compensation has been received, and any opinions expressed above are based solely on my experience with the Rock ‘N Learn brand and products.

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