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Math Songs: Pre-Algebra

Listen to a few seconds of the pre-algebra math songs, if you like it, click the buy now button to purchase the full version in MP3 format download, (Lyric sheet included) Or purchase one of our bundles and save. There are 2 pages of songs so be sure to click on the small #2 at the bottom of the songs

 

 

 

 

Expressions and Equations
Expressions and Equations
To the tune of Camptown Ladies this song teaches the difference between an expression and an equation"

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Order of Operations Song
Order of Operations Song
The Green Grass Grows All Around", another old favorite, will help kids learn the order of operations

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Real Numbers Song
Real Numbers Song
"Pop Goes The Weasel" is the tune for this song which introduces kids to the different sets of real numbers, including rational and irrational numbers.

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Absolute Value Song
Absolute Value Song
"The Wheels On The Bus" is the tune for this math song which teaches kids the concept of absolute value.

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Add The Opposite Song
Add The Opposite Song
"The Bear Necessities" is the tune for this math song which helps kids learn how to subtract integers, or add the opposite!

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Multiplying & Dividing Integers Song
Multiplying & Dividing Integers Song
The American classic "Yankee Doodle Dandy" will help kids learn the rules for multiplying and dividing integers.

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Percent of Increase & Decrease Song
Percent of Increase & Decrease Song
To the tune of "The Hokey Pokey", this math song teaches how to find percent of increase and percent of decrease.

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Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally
Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally
The holiday song "Deck The Halls" is the tune for this song which will help kids learn the order of operations.

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Probability and Odds Song
Probability and Odds Song
"Hush Little Baby" is the tune for this song which introduces students to probability and odds.

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Scientific Notation Song
Scientific Notation Song
Disney's "It's A Small World" is the tune for this math song which introduces kids to the concept of scientific notation.

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All The Pre-Algebra Songs
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These math songs are for your personal use only and may not be reproduced or resold. Copyright Math Songs: 2011

 

Why Math Songs?

There is a strange connection between music and mathematics. In music, the form and the medium are the same and in mathematics, the study and the methods are the same. Music is the only art form that does this and mathematics is the only science that does this. Math is is the study of math using math, and music is created and experienced as music. Both music and math are experienced as pure objects of the brain, and both have meaning outside of the brain only by artificial connections. We here at math songs believe that this makes for a unique learning opportunity

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Many scientists believe that reading and singing while listening to music strengthens the connections between the brain cells that are most used. Both sides of the brain are activated when singing and because the brain is a “pattern seeker” it then puts the information into an organized way which makes it much easier to remember, which is why math songs are so effective

I have arranged my math songs into three subjects, algebra, pre-algebra, and geometry math songs. Click on whichever subject you are interested in, listen to a part of each song, decide which ones you want and then add them to your shopping cart. It’s that easy. Once payment has posted, you can download your math songs and the lyrics and start singing your own math songs.

 

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  1. labefam

    I bought these to play for my students and they love it!…and they are learning!

  2. labefam

    Great ideas..love these songs and they are perfect for teaching kids what they need to know to be successful in math

  3. Math Teacher

    I bought 3 geometry songs and will post my review once I have tried them on my students.

  4. Owen

    It’s true that to excel in Mathematics, you need a good memory. How to remember everything you learn? Using songs is one of the ways. Great idea

  5. L. A. Law

    I even download them into mp3 for my son to listen whenever he wants.

  6. Alan Wilson

    Has anyone buy the songs? Any reviews?

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