Remember these gems? I loved this show when I was a kid. I remember watching them on Saturday morning, back when Saturday morning cartoons were a thing! The fun animated shorts set to fun music taught lasting lessons that I can still recall today!
Schoolhouse Rock! aired for the first time back in 1973 with a mission to provide educational entertainment to kids. The 64 videos cover topics like grammar, civics, science, economics, history, and mathematics. The animated show has even won 3 Emmy awards!
I’m Just a Bill 
This might be the most popular Schoolhouse Rock! of them all. Learn all about Bill, who wants more than anything to be signed into a Law. But that process is long and can get complicated!
Another classic! Watch this conductor use conjunctions to join words and phrases together. And good luck getting that song out of your head!
Learn all about different forms of electricity in this catchy tune that’s sure to have you humming along!
Multiples of 3 never sounded so good!
The Preamble 
The Preamble to the Constitution, set to music!
That’s what’s happening! What a fun way to explore action words.
See what the Boston Tea Party, taxation without representation, and the start of America’s independence in this fun little ditty.
Some genius put together a compilation of all the multiplication cartoon and they’re all right here in this delightful video! Learn about why zero is a hero, and how Noah used multiplication to count the animals on his ark. This one is an entertaining, educational treasure!
This beautiful tribute to all the different people that immigrated to America is just as relevant today as it was in the early 70’s
Reginald, Geraldine, and Geraldo teach us all about interjections through their respective hijinks. Hooray!
The start of the American Revolution is a common story but you’ve never seen it like this!
Interplanet Janet 
Interplanet Janet shows you all around the solar system, the sun, the planets, and their moons. Wow your kids by explaining that once upon a time, Pluto was a planet! Ah, simpler times.
Rufus and his sister Rafaella have long names and a knack for getting animals to follow them home. Thankfully for the narrator, pronouns come to the rescue!
Unpack all your describing words in this cute little story about camping.
Learning to count by five has never sounded so good! Ready or not, here come fives!
Get your adverbs here for all your writing and reading needs!
Don’t be afraid, but right now, there’s a skeleton locked up inside of you! This is a great way to learn the names of our bones and how they work in our bodies!
Learn all about the branches of our government through the lens of a circus. Quite appropriate if you ask me!
Mr. Morton is the subject of the sentence and he helps you understand sentence structures!
A Victim of Gravity 
He’s got the blues because gravity is keeping him down!
You can purchase this limited edition here  to have all the time.
Seasons 1,2, and 3 are available on for purchase on YouTube. So you can walk down memory lane, and introduce your little learners to these concepts with fun and endearing characters and songs.
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