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Sung to the tune of "If You're Happy and You Know It...", this song will reinforce the five "main" rules for simplifying with exponents. Teach one stanza at a time as you teach the rules and keep singing it when students ask for help. Before you know it, students will be singing the song back to t

From the producers of "Super Base", WSHSmath presents a set of guided notes that mirror the popular YouTube music video math rap. The guided notes walk students through the video lesson and come complete with warmup questions, self-check problems for students, lyric sheets, class discussion questio

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I rewrote the lyrics to the popular song "Shake It" by Metro Station for my Algebra I students. The new words describe the process of graphing lines and linear inequalities. My singing voice leaves a lot to be desired, but the math content is solid and the kids thought it was hilarious!
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From the producers of "Do The Quad Solve", a set of guided notes that mirror the popular YouTube music video math rap. The guided notes walk students through the video lesson and come complete with warmup questions, self-check problems for students, lyric sheets, class discussion questions, and answ

I use this song every year when I teach the distance formula. This song helps students understand how to show their work when solving for the distance between two points.

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Increase student engagement and retention with this song teaching students about improper fractions. Students will see examples of how to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers and mixed numbers to improper fractions.
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Using real-life examples and the magic of puppets, your students will love learning about unit rate. Which bottle of juice is a better purchase? How much does an employee get paid per hour? These are calculations that will be made in this song teaching unit rate.
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This is the mp3 of the rap in the Commutative and Associative Properties rap and lesson plan. Hip and fun, this rap will help your kids master the terms Commutative and Associative Properties in multiplication and addition. Never again will they mix up these terms! Another hit from Rhonda Chalone's

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Solving single-step and multi-step equations has never been easier thanks to this song that explains how to solve equations. Increase student engagement and retention with this video that provides multiple examples for students to solve.
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This is a pack of math songs. It includes:
"All I Can Do With Fractions" - to the tune of "Moves Like Jagger" by Maroon 5 - a song about adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing with fractions
"A Decimal" - to the tune of "Wide Awake" by Katy Perry - a song about adding, subtracting, multipl

This song is about Pythagorean Theorem. It is to the tune of the hit song Royals. The kids really like it! It is fast like the original song, but once you learn it- you can't get it out of your head!
It talks about where they hypotenuse is located and when to use the Pythagorean Theorem! It really

Aunt Sally is at it again, this time as she interrupts our lesson on mathematical properties. This fun video will have your students singing along about different properties. Students will see examples identity, associative, commutative, and distributive properties.
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The American classic "Yankee Doodle Dandy" will help students learn the rules for multiplying and dividing integers
You can listen to this and all the other math songs at our website http://www.math-songs.com You can also buy the songs in bulk at the site.
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Educational rap song lyrics about algebraic expressions. Visit http://moderninstructionalstrategies.weebly.com/educational-songs.html to hear the rap song.

Math Works 2014 is part of a FLL project and is designed by 4-6 graders! This included flip books (cards with rings for bulletin board), a song to help learn the order of operations, and a list of student approved apps and websites. All of these are to enhance the classroom learning for 5th grade

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Learn all about converting fractions and decimals to percents while taking your students on a mini-field trip to New York. This song will keep your students engaged while the onscreen graphics will show multiple examples of converting to percents.
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Do your students forget the order of operations? Help them out with a song... the order of operations sung to Jingle Bells!
Order of Operations Song by Allison Stein is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

This festive favorite, "Happy Holidays", helps students learn how to solve and graph algebraic inequalities. You can listen to a clip of this, and all the other math songs at our website http://www.math-songs.com You can also buy the songs in bulk at the site.
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Teach this song to your students to help them learn how to apply the midpoint formula. I use this song every year with my students and they love it!

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