Educational Hip-Hop Songs & Videos Engage K-12 Learners

The lyrics don't dumb down topics but speak directly to a young audience, and provide a subtle way for students to learn content.
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Flocabulary

Schoolhouse Rock meets Tupac in this delightful hip-hop-based platform

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Pros: Smart songs are helpful and catchy; they hit all the right spots to satisfy both teachers and students.

Cons: Some subject areas are lighter on content than others, but new material is added regularly.

Bottom Line: Flocabulary has the goods: It's savvy enough to keep kids focused, and teachers will be tapping their toes to the unorthodox learning method.

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