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NUMBEROCK breaks down the rules behind PEMDAS by breaking it down on the mean streets near Aunt Sally's knitting bench.


Parentheses first, exponents next, multiplication and
division in the same step.

Addition and subtraction, if you
got the nerve, from left to right, first come first serve.

Parentheses first: two times four, the product’s eight;
are you ready for more?

Exponents next: two squared is four; let’s move down like
we did before.

Time to divide or multiply; let’s see what we got; take
a look at the signs.

Divide the eight by the two, the
quotient’s four, and we’re almost through.

It’s finally time to add or subtract, eight’s the answer, and
that’s a fact.

Parentheses first, exponents next, multiplication and
division in the same step.

Addition and subtraction, if you
got the nerve, from left to right, first come first serve

Parentheses first: two times six, the product’s twelve; put
it back in the mix.

Exponents next: three squared is nine; when you know the
tricks, it don’t take much time.

Now we divide or multiply; let’s see what we’ve got, take a
look at the signs.

Nine divided by nine is one, the answer’s
close, and we’re almost done.

Four minus one has a difference of three, when we add the
twelve, we get fifteen!

There's more where this came from! is a provider of educational videos for kids which was founded by an innovative 5th Grade teacher who envisioned a new kind of classroom where students got energized for math class. Parents of his students even noticed their children singing mathematics songs around the dinner table well beyond school hours.

Seeing his students so enthusiastic when it was time for math was welcome, to say the least! But the epiphanous moment was when students were singing math songs all-day long like they were in the American Top 40!

Each of these rhythmic music videos from NUMBEROCK can be enjoyed right here on our YouTube Channel. We, hereby, cordially invite you to browse through the full library and hope you'll find that the songs make the maths* remarkably more fun.

We dare to believe that these math songs + videos can actually identify with elementary school children's increasingly finicky perception of what is cool and trendy. While each song is diverse in composition, most fit directly into the modern musical genres that excite young kids: genres such as Rap, R&B, Pop, Hip-Hop and even Reggae!

We're curious to see how these musical math videos will be used now that we have shared them with a broader audience. But whether you use these songs as a rich teaching resource or just to brighten up the school-day a bit, we hope that as our project continues you will eventually find a relevant song for each lesson plan and concept in the math curriculum taught throughout the academic year.

We'll be releasing new songs and videos regularly until eventually addressing all the math skills and concepts that a Common Core Curriculum demands from 3rd Grade to 4th Grade, and even 5th Grade to 6th Grade.

Our main goal is to make teaching and learning math more fun and more interactive. SchoolHouse Rock! has done this in other subjects for us in the previous generations, and many of us still enjoy watching their YouTube Videos which teach us about Government, Science, and English amongst other subjects.

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For those interested in accompanying worksheets, we will be providing them shortly through and Teaching and Learning Resources such as Student Workbooks with Answer Keys will be available on AMAZON by the end of the year which will include exercises for each of our videos.

*Math and maths are both acceptable abbreviations of mathematics. The difference is that math is preferred in the U.S. and Canada, and maths is preferred in the England, Ireland, Australia, and most other English-speaking areas around the world. BODMAS or BEDMAS.

This video addresses the following Common Core Standards:

5.OA (Write and interpret numerical expressions.)

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