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In this SchoolHouse Rock video, students visit a zoo and study animals with four legs and practice their 4 multiplication facts. Some of the lyrics include the following: Now Miss Simpson said... She teaches school, you know Yeah, she took us there
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. Well, Miss Simpson said If we counted every head on these quadrupeds, Then multiplied that number by four, We'd know how many feet went through the door, If we turned 'em all loose. Oh no, don't do that! It's really a groovy zoo. But, anyway, what Miss Simpson said, It was a good chance to work on our fours in our head. One, two, three, four! This is a good teaching resource for a creative way to introduce, reteach and/or reinforce multiplication facts. (03:02)
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