Teacher Review for Flocabulary: Math

Creates engagement for each topic

Debbie A.
Classroom teacher
P.S. 069 Daniel D. Tompkins School
Staten Island, United States
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My Subjects English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, English-Language Learning
My Rating
Learning Scores
My Students Liked It Yes
My Students Learned Yes
I Would Recommend It Yes
Setup Time Less than 5 minutes
Great for Creation
Knowledge gain
Whole class
Great with Advanced learners
Low literacy
Special needs
How I Use It
I use flocabulary at the beginning of a lesson as an engage activity. I have also used it at the end of a unit. For example- after learning about the American Revolution there is a song about it. This was the summative piece to my lesson. lastly, I have used these songs as an exemplar to students that are interested in creating a project for their own learning goal. Students have the choice to create a song that connect to their goal. they can use these songs as a guide.
My Take
The4catchy tunes, repetitive points, the images all help the student to better understand a topic or idea. I would sometimes catch my students singing the song about figurative language! What better way to get them to learn this topic and to internalize [email protected]