Everyone loves rapping along and learning multiplication with D.J. Doc—the Hip Hop Hamster. Positive lyrics, super-cool rap music, and high-energy action make these
multiplication rap songs irresistible. Multiplication facts through 12 are easy to learn and remember with these fun rap songs—a different one for each set of rap facts. Now includes Skip Counting songs. Choose from DVD video or audio CD & book programs.
Learning multiplication facts doesn't have to be dull. With
Multiplication Rap, students can rap along while they learn and retain facts. Upbeat rap music with positive lyrics, energetic performers, and fun characters (DVD) make these super-cool rap songs favorites with kids of all ages. Delayed answers the second time multiplication facts are presented allow students to check their progress. These cool rap songs will help kids learn the multiplication tables quickly and easily.
When you order
Multiplication Rap, you can choose from a DVD video version or an audio CD & book version. Multiplication Rap audio CD includes a book with activity pages to reinforce the multiplication songs. Teachers and parents have permission to reproduce these multiplication activity pages. Kids especially love the multiplication rap mazes. As a bonus, Multiplication Rap CD now includes skip counting songs for counting by 2 through 12 and 25. Multiplication Rap DVD video offers fast-paced action to hold the interest of kids and get results. This multiplication program allows self-study and individually paced instruction. D.J. Doc Roc is “the Hip Hop Hamster” that kids of all ages love. He is joined by MCM, CAPital C, Bling-Bot, and the other fun characters of the Get Smart Crew. Each set of facts has its own unique video song. As a bonus, this DVD now has Skip Counting for 2 through 12 and 25.
And as an extra special bonus feature,
Multiplication Rap DVD now includes “What is Multiplication?” This 11-minute segment is only on the DVD and clearly explains what multiplication is all about. Students really understand how multiplication is repeated addition. They learn the Nines Trick, using manipulative objects such as pennies to understand multiplication, the commutative property of multiplication, and more. Multiplication Rap is perfect for students of all ages including older students who are turned off by juvenile-sounding multiplication songs. Although you will find plenty of other multiplication recordings, this is the one and only Rock ’N Learn Multiplication Rap. Contents:
Multiplication Rap DVD and CD both include:
Power Rap (0x, 1x) Dance and Multiply Two (2x) What Numbers Do (3x) In Your Brain (4x) Numbers’ Beat Rap (5x) Everybody Multiply (6x) Classroom Star (7x) Singin’ and Rhymin’ (8x) Crank It Out (9x) The Big One-Oh (10x) Multiplication Blvd. (11x) Dozen Rhyme (12x) Skip Counting Songs (count by: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 25)
Bonus Track (on Multiplication Rap audio): Make Your Own Multiplication Rap Song
Bonus Segment (on Multiplication Rap DVD): What Is Multiplication?
For ages 8 and up Approx. 50 minutes. Reviews: 1. "This program provides a fantastic multisensory resource for learning and reviewing multiplication facts. Clear visuals, fun songs, and plenty of repetition provides a positive learning experience." —Cynthia Grabke, Halifax Elementary School, MA from the School Library Journal 2. " I am a Math Coach at a Title One school in South Carolina. Over the past four years, we have seen our math students come from scoring the lowest of ten elementary schools to second from the top! Having recently received an award from the governor for closing the achievement gap in math (for historically underachieving students), we credit some of our strategies to your Multiplication Rap CD I purchased for some of our children .—Frieda B., Elementary School Math Coach 3. “The multiplication rap DVD was fun to watch. The children enjoyed the graphics, the music, and the rapping made it fun to learn. My children seemed to have better recall of their multiplication facts.” — reviewer, iParenting Media Awards, 2009
4. “The songs were fun and a great way to put the facts into memory. The delayed answers give children time to answer the question. The characters held the attention of the children for something that can be rote and boring. While this would be an added benefit to the classroom, often teachers do not have enough time in the day to add supplemental items to the curriculum; that is why it is a great idea to also promote this to parents to use at home.” — reviewer, iParenting Media Awards, 2009