This is a preview of Rock ‘N Learn Multiplication loves rapping along and learning multiplication with D.J. Doc Hip Hop Hamster. Positive super-cool rap music, and high-energy animation make these multiplication rap songs irresistible. Multiplication facts through 12 are easy to learn and remember with these fun rap songsa different one for each set of facts. Positive (on screen) encourage and motivate kids learning multiplication.
Awards: iParenting Media Award, 2009 Best Product; Creative Child Magazine’s Preferred Choice Award, 2009; Coalition for Quality Children’s Media, Kids First! Endorsement, 2009; The National Parenting Center’s Seal of Approval, 2009; #6 of 16 Best Back to School Gear 2009, Learning Magazine’s Teachers’ Choice Award for the Classroom, 2009; The Toy Man Seal of Approval 2009; 2009 Family Choice Award, Family Magazine Group
“This program provides a fantastic multisensory resource for learning and reviewing multiplication facts. Clear visuals, fun songs, and plenty of repetition provide a positive learning experience.”Cynthia Grabke, Elementary School, MA from the School Library Journal
“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
“A bestseller that’s fun and unique. Features positive to encourage and motivate learning.” Learning Magazine, Teachers Choice Award
“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 some of our success to your Multiplication Rap.”Frieda B., Elementary School Math Coach
“I have a dyslexic son who is also a champion swimmer. He turned 9 in and we’re channeling the same mentality we used to achieve in swim towards academics, and started today with the Multiplication Rap. What an incredible resource! Congratulations on such a productive and idea.”Judith S..