# Songs and Poems To Help Us Learn

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Songs and Poems To Help Us Learn
Written and Compiled by Mrs. Marsha Joyner

Metric Rhyme I say millimeter, you say pencil tip.
I say centimeter, you say fingertip. I say decimeter, you say brand new crayon. I say meter, you say width of the door. I say kilometer, you say ten minute walk. Utah Education network

Customary Length 12 inches in a foot, 3 feet in a yard,
A yard is 36 inches, That’s not very hard. 5,280 feet in a mile, When it comes to me, Measuring length I know this stuff And SMILE!

Hey diddle diddle Radius is to the middle But look who’s boss? Diameter’s all the way across

Two sides equal, one side not, Isosceles is what you’ve got. No sides equal, that’s what I mean, You’ve got a triangle we call scalene. If your triangle forms an L That’s out of sight! Then your triangle is called a right. Last of all when all the sides are the same, Equilateral’s the name of the game.

Sung to the tune of “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”
Rock Cycle Song Sung to the tune of “Row, Row, Row Your Boat” SEDIMENTARY rock Has been formed in layers Often found near water sources With fossils from decayers Then there’s IGNEOUS rock Here since Earth was born Molten L\lava, cooled and hardened That’s how it is formed. These two types of rocks Can also be transformed With pressure, heat, and chemicals METAMORPHIC they’ll become.

The Longitude – Latitude Poem
The longitude lines go up and down, While the latitude lines go round and round. The International Dateline and the Prime Meridian Split the earth down the middle like a hotdog bun. Now wait a minute…did I hear you say? The Equator splits it the hamburger way. History, anthropology, archaeology Geography, psychology, sociology. People, places, things and ideas, That’s what Social Studies is. By Jacquie Eaton

(sung to the tune of Three Blind Mice)
Three Branches Song (sung to the tune of Three Blind Mice) Three branches, Three branches See how they work, See how they work The legislative branch makes all the laws The Executive branch carries them out, The Judicial branch makes sure they’re obeyed Three branches From Mailbox Magazine

7 Continents Rhyme To learn the seven continents Think the letter A
Then when you’re down to only one An E will save the day, There’s Africa, Antarctica, Australia, Asia too, Between them flow the oceans with their water deep and blue. And then there’s two Americas North and South you see Now we’re down to only one Europe starts with E.