Raps to learn with Flocabulary

As I’ve dug into the opportunity of moonlighting as an educator to my seven- and five-year-old kids, I stumbled across a super fun learning experience called Flocabulary. This online tool offers a fun and engaging environment for kids of all ages to sharpen their skills through short raps and quick recap gamified quizzes.

Whether it’s a melodic lesson to learn about long and short vowel sounds, rapping your child through the history of the ancient world or flowing through some social and emotional learning programs about empathy, Flocabulary is an outlet that engages the mind in a unique way.

Some schools are assigning lessons through Flocabulary, so if you consider it as one of the learning options for your kids you might want to check with your school or teacher.

Happy learning...and rapping!

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Kelby has spent the last three-plus years leading the content strategy and editorial programming for Providence. His passion is finding the cultural insights that can be turned into relevant and helpful stories that will connect with people emotionally.

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