I love Educational Rap Music

Music and learning so totally rock. I mean . . . rap.  Think about how many songs you can sing by heart, even those terrible songs from the 80s you really don’t want to admit that you know so well!

Anyway, Educational Rap is like Schoolhouse Rock only, dare I say, . . better.

I love Schoolhouse Rock. Just so you know. Quiz me, I know all the words to all the songs.  But, I digress.

Rhythm, Rhyme, Results creates and produces Educational Rap music for teachers and students. Watch student and teacher videos on YouTube Page and their Blog.

Click on the albums below to listen to the songs, and see for yourself. They rap the house!! (Can I say that even though I just made that up?)


The MATH ALBUM:

Elementary math concepts — fractions to complex algebra and trigonometry.

The SCIENCE ALBUM:

Science from elementary school, middle school and high school, ranging from earth science and planets to biology and chemistry.

Science Songs:

  1. Layers of the Earth teaches the earth science and geology concepts of the four layers of the earth. Students will learn about the inner core, outer core, mantle, and crust, as well as the earth’s interaction with the atmosphere.
  2. Radiation, Conduction, Convection will help you teach students about heat transfer with lyrics focused on solar radiation, conduction, and convection. Teaching heat conduction and energy transformation will be much easier with this song as a part of your lesson plan!
  3. Sun, Earth, Moon introduces students to concepts such as earth’s rotati

    Science by educationalrap

Language Arts and Social Studies albums also available.

WIN!!!

Educational Rap is giving away 1 Math album & 1 Science album.

Comment below to win. Tell me which album you’d like to win, either the science or math album. Giveaway will end December 6, 2010.  Good luck!

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  • Suzanne

    This is just a good reminder that kids can learn so well when information is set to music. Rap is not evil it’s just different. Fun stuff

  • http://www.UsborneBooks-n-More.com Usborne Books Kim

    I’d love the math album–these look like great fun!!

  • Jaimie

    It’s tough to decide which I would like to win…I think the science!

  • Jackie J.

    My students and I would enjoy the math album!

  • http://gardengirl78154.blogspot.com/?zx=26902c2caf0ddfe6 Suzy Leopold

    Both of the albums are great! My English Language Learners would learn and grow with the Math album.

  • Brianna B.

    The Science album would interest my boy the most.

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  • Judy Spier

    I teach adult education, and I find many of my students struggle with math. if a song can help them understand and remember a concept, that is super!! I would love the math album, but would take the science in a pinch! thanks!!

  • Tamara

    Science raps, please!

  • Hallie Doyle

    I would love the math album for my kids! Thanks!

  • Jaime

    I’d love the science album!

  • Deborah K

    Either one would be great! Hard to decide….maybe science.

  • Tami

    I would love to win the science album.

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    I just subscribed via email.

  • Tami

    I’m a fan on facebook.

  • http://www.thishandmadelife.net Jodi Renshaw

    I SOOOOO want to win the Science Rap Album. Would be perfect for my homeschooled kiddos :) Thank you!

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    Or you can try Spotify, its awesome

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  • Ashley Holmberg

    What a great way to teaching kids about science! As a new subscriber, I will share this with our science specialist!