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  • Jennifer Quiroga

    Flocabulary - creates hip-hop music and curricular materials to teach academic content in grades K-12. Program proven to increase motivation and academic achievement. Currently being used in more than 15,000 schools nationwide.

  • Amanda Plett

    Description: Flocabulary uses hip-hop and rap music to help students understand and get excited about curriculum content. They have tons of free videos and you can try the whole library of resources with a free trial. Have you seen this, @Amanda Plett?!

  • Melissa Dougherty

    I used Flocabulary over the loud speaker to promote Math Night at my old school. The kids LOVED it. I'm trying to figure out how to use it in Language Arts!

  • Freestyle Rap For All

    Educational Rap Songs - Teaches various subjects and all grades....my students LOVE this site!!!, Learn how to freestyle rap here: http://tofreestyle.com/raptips #hiphop #rap

  • Katie Caldwell

    Educational Hip Hop @ Flocabulary! well, this is awesome.

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  • James Akenson

    As do I. Last night in my graduate course, I used Balsam Range's "Caney Fork River" plus other Tennessee River songs to deal with a geography lesson I previously taught to 5th graders at Northfield Elementary in White County (near Sparta, home of Lester Flatt).

All About Math Journaling and guided math too