Schoolhouse Rock
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Schoolhouse Rock! is a series of short, animated videos that use music to teach about grammar, science, economics, history, mathematics, and civics. The aim is to help kids learn things like historical facts and multiplications tables by learning songs.

Schoolhouse Rock - My Hero, Zero

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USA

This song teaches about the digit 0, portrayed as a superhero, as well as multiplication by powers of 10. This song was voted the 11th best song on the 30th anniversary edition. Sung and written by Bob Dorough.

Schoolhouse Rock - The Preamble

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USA

In American schools, it's common for kids to have to learn the Preamble to the United States Constitution by heart. This song, from Schoolhouse Rock, is meant to give these kids a hand, even though it is a slightly abridged version.

Schoolhouse Rock - Three Is A Magic Number

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

USA

Bob Dorough wrote and sang this song about the number "three," as a fun way for kids to learn their multiplication tables. It became the pilot episode for Multiplication Rock, the first season of the Schoolhouse Rock TV series.

Schoolhouse Rock - Ready or not, Here I Come! (Fives)

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

USA

This song was written and sung by Bob Dorough. It teaches about the multiplication of 5 through a game of hide and seek, in which the seeker counts by fives.

Schoolhouse Rock - Them Not-So-Dry Bones

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France, USA

This song from Schoolhouse Rock is to help kids understand about bones. Without bones, we're just blobs. It was written by George Newall and sung by Jack Sheldon.

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