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Teacher and the Rockbots | Multiplication

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by Teacher and the Rockbots

A 2005 Parents' Choice Recommended Award Winner. Teacher and the Rockbots are the cartoon band with the smartest fans. Learn the multiplication facts from 0-12 with the coolest math songs in the galaxy.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. One Is Like A Copy Machine
2:26 $0.99
2. Multiply By Two, Easy Thing To Do
2:29 $0.99
3. PBJ, Three Times a Day
4:36 $0.99
4. Four On The Floor
2:24 $0.99
5. Five Holes In My Head
4:28 $0.99
6. Six Skinny Bug Legs
4:03 $0.99
7. One Really Good Thing About Seven
2:56 $0.99
8. Eight Hours A Day
3:33 $0.99
9. Nine Months In School
4:14 $0.99
10. Multiply By Ten, Zero At The End
1:31 $0.99
11. Eleven
1:56 $0.99
12. You Can Multiply By Twelve
1:44 $0.99
13. Anything Times Zero
1:46 $0.99
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Album Notes
Teacher and the Rockbots apply an ancient, secret learning formula (fun + energy + a little more fun + good sense) that produces kids with enormous brains... definitely way too big for a hat.

It's really fun and amazingly simple. Playing the CD in your car will transform it into a rock and rolling classroom. Plug one in at home and fill your kid's brains with good, solid math skills. Plug it in wherever you can...it will make you smile.

On practically every song, we let the robots sing with us if they feel like it and they make the songs easy to listen to over and over (who doesn't love to hear a robot sing?). That's important since repetition is the key to learning mathematics for most people. (Robots usually pick it up a little quicker).

Here's what other people say about it:

"Play these math songs to help your students master the multiplication tables from 0-12. You're room will rock." - Scholastic

"It's just a fun way of learning detailed information." - Kansas City Star

"Yes, my 6 year old and 3 year old enjoy listening to their Rockbot CD. They love the beat of many of the songs and Mom loves that they remember some of the information in the songs. Great job!" - Michelle from IL

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Things you may not know about the Teacher and the Rockbots collection of educational music:

·Songs are aligned with 4 main areas of study: multiplication, basic science, American history and world geography.

·These 51 imaginative songs cover over 250 specific topics.

·Multiple singers, one of which is a robot, have different personalities and delivery styles. Repeated listening is less repetitious this way.

·Full-scale production means lots of “ear candy.”

·FREE worksheets that accompany these songs are available online at www.teacherandtherockbots.com and www.Totally3rdGrade.com.

·Additional lesson plans, worksheets, Cloze reading exercises and other extension activities for these songs are available online at www.Totally3rdGrade.com and www.FuriouslyCurious.com.
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Maureen Moosa

It is so hard to teach children their times tables, but with your CD there is no more fussing or complaining, our children listen to this CD every day after school and use the worksheets (which are an added bonus) it really reinforces the learning process, thank you so much for making learning fun and making it less stressful for parents :0)

Kimberly Nettle

Very Good
CD has very catchy tunes, which is precisely the point for memorization. Prior to each multiplication fact the artists should alert the listener to what "learning clue" they'll be hearing (anticipation guide). Also, there should be a quiz time after each song, allowing time for the listener to respond.

CD Baby

Once again, the Rockbots deliver some of the best kids rock around. Making multiplication musical, the Rockbots follow-up album, Multiplication, is just as parent-friendly and just as kid-pleasing as their first big hit. See why parents are putting aside the slidewhistle and kazoo-ridden albums that fry the nerves and are trading them in for good old hearty rock, dynamically packaged by this award-destined group.


It was great. The kid loved it and its a catchy tune.
It was great. The kid loved it and it has a catchy tune.

Michael DePaula

It's like "They Might Be Giants" formed another band!
If you liked the "They Might Be Giants" album "NO!" for children then you'll love this!