Step aside Jay and 'Ye, there are some new rappers in town... and they're not even old enough to drive.
A group of seventh graders from KIPP Bridge Charter in Oakland, Calif. have proven to have some serious swag. The students showed off their skills by telling the stories of science pioneers Rosalind Franklin and Watson and Crick in a brilliant rap battle. To listen and watch, please CLICK HERE.
A song about geology! Try to keep from moving to this song. CLICK HERE to listen.
Listen to the sounds of GLOBE. All are public domain songs taken from the GLOBE Music CD. Please CLICK HERE to listen to the sounds of GLOBE.
The Symphony of Science is a musical project of John D Boswell, designed to deliver scientific knowledge and philosophy in musical form. The project owes its existence in large measure to the classic PBS Series Cosmos, by Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan, and Steve Soter, as well as all the other featured figures and visuals. Continuation of the videos relies on generous support from fans and followers. To listen and watch,please click HERE.
Mr. Parr Science Songs -- 6th grade teacher Mr. Parr. Songs include: Solar System; You're an Omnivore; Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall; Vocanoes; Types of Magnets; Tools of Astronomy; Heating; Succession; Rock Cycle; and more. These songs are all available in video format on YouTube.
Songs for elementary school children. Songs include: Changes at the Beach; Motion; Vibration; Hurricane; Birds; Sun Science; Roy G Biv; and many more. Please click HERE to enjoy.
Please click HERE for Astronomy Biology, Botany, Physical Science and Earth Science Songs. They are provided by "Songs for Teaching." They use music to promote learning.
Songs for learning, teaching and fun! Whether you're looking for a new YouTube rap video about genomics or a decades-old song about the periodic table, you've come to the right page! For help with song searches, check out their video tutorial. Please click HERE to begin your search.
Music can make the driest scientific concepts entertaining, or even hilarious. Catchy tunes about DNA blend genetics with jokes. Ballads about the heart and pi bring dull facts to life. Here are some of our favorite videos that show how hard science rocks. Please click HERE to enjoy!
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Please click HERE to enjoy science songs, as well as songs for Language Arts, Math, and Social Studies. Most of these are lyric sheets. The tunes they are sung to is included.
This is a song from Jim Taylor and Friends off of his Momentum: Songs about Science CD. It is a great song on science careers. Please click HERE to enjoy.
They Might Be Giants are an alternative pop/rock duo formed in 1982 by John Linnell and John Flansburgh. The band are most renowned for their hit single "Birdhouse in Your Soul". You can visit their website at www.theymightbegiants.com . You can view their videos by visiting their channel on YouTube. Just click HERE to watch.
Earth science song parodies. Please click HERE to enjoy. Songs include: Density; Mineral Delight; and the Topography is a Changin!
Please click here to sing the "Worm Song." This song teaches children the importance of worms in the soil. To download the words, please click here. This song is most appropriate for Kindergarten - 1st grade students. The singer and guitar player is David Bydlowski.
Please click here to sing the song "Willie Ate a Worm." This is just a fun song about a boy named Willie who ate a worm. Have fun. To download the words, please click here . This song is most appropriate for Kindergarten - 1st grade students. The singer and guitar player is David Bydlowski.
Please click here to sing the song "Getting Ready for the Winter." This song, about hibernation, is most appropriate for 3rd - 4th graders. To download the words, please click HERE . Lead singer and guitar player is David Bydlowski. Members of the chorus include: Kathie Emerick, Tom Green, Nanci Mitchell, and Linda Olinik.
Science Explosion in cooperation with the Wayne County Mathematics and Science Center at Wayne RESA are proud to share their science songs for students and teachers. All of the songs were written and performed by Science Explosion -- David Bydlowski, Charles Kline, and Fred Ribits. You are welcome to use these songs for classroom use. If you need to use them outside of the classroom, please request permission at: firstname.lastname@example.org or ScienceExplosion@aol.com. To enjoy, just click on the title of the song and you will be taken to YouTube or TeacherTube where the song will "come to life." The instrumental version is also included, as well as the lyrics and chords.