Are you a third grade teacher who is struggling to help kids memorize their multiplication tables? Do you have students arriving into your classroom who don't know their math facts? Are you a parent of a kid who is falling behind in math? These songs are for you!!
This zip file has all of my popular math songs to help students memorize math facts! The songs are sung to the tune of popular childrens' songs- so they are easy for kids to memorize. As a fourth grade teacher, I have seen firsthand how students who don't know their multiplication tables can quickly learn them with these awesome songs! You won't be disappointed with the results! Students who listen to these songs consistently until they are memorized can master their multiplication and division tables in as little as three weeks!
Multiples of Three (sung to Oh, My Darling Clementine)
Multiples of Four (sung to Row, Row, Row Your Boat)
Multiples of Six (sung to Mary Had a Little Lamb)
Multiples of Seven (sung to Happy Birthday)
Multiples of Eight (sung to Twinkle Twinkle)
Multiples of Nine (sung to Jingle Bells)
Multiples of Twelve (Sung to Take Me Out to the Ball Game)
Area, Perimeter, and Volume Song (sung to Mary Had a Little Lamb)
Area, Perimeter, and Volume Lyrics (A and V for rectangles/squares only!)
Area is length times width.
To carpet it,
use length times width.
Multiply both sides, that's it!
To find the area.
Perimeter's the length around.
Put a fence in the ground,
find the length around.
Add all sides and you have found
Volume tells us how much stuff
you can fit in a cup
if you fill it up.
Length times width times height is what
you use to find the volume!