Discover the perfect blend of fun and education with Popongo, the dynamic game that challenges players to set their own points and hit them precisely to win. Ideal for educators seeking hands-on learning experiences, Popongo fosters strategic thinking, mathematical precision, and adaptability. The game's unique feature, the Equalizer, adds an exciting twist by either aiding or hindering players' progress. Whether in the classroom or at home, Popongo inspires critical thinking and sharpens mathematical skills through on the spot addition, multiplication, division and subtraction. There is also the social studies aspect of Popongo. The founder/inventor is from Jamaica, a Caribbean island. This creates an opportunity for educators to teach their students about the Jamaican culture and its history, which could also lead to a lesson in geography with regards to where Jamaica is located, in relation to the USA.

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Interactive Learing with Popongo


Popongo is a dynamic educational game, which allows educators to get as creative as they choose as the game proceeds. Here is one example. For each turn, players get to throw 5 balls of their preferred color. Set your desired winning score. Add your points as your score. If you hit the equalizer, you can choose to either subtract, multiply, or divide previous points for that turn, by the very last points earned in that turn before hitting the equalizer. You literally can create dozens of math games. Popongo has been effective for pre-school classes through high school.


Popongo allows for it's participants to get and practice hand eye coordination through friendly and positive competition. Popongo is inclusive. Participants with various abilities can play Popongo.


The founder of Popongo, Errol Anderson is originally from Jamaica. He found it imperative to connect the game back to his roots. Popongo offers students and educators lessons about Jamaica and its rich history of music, sports and now Popongo. The game colors all have significant meaning, most importantly, they are the colors of the Jamaican flag.

Popongo's Colors Represent Jamaica

  • Black: for the strength of the people
  • Green: for our amazing vegetation
  • Gold: for our beautiful bright sun
  • Red: represents mother Africa
  • Blue: represents the amazingly gorgeous skies and ocean waters