Schoolhouse Rock – The Best Way to Learn Grammar.

When you hear the name Schoolhouse Rock, do images of conjunctions and bills becoming laws float around in your head? They should. If not, you had a deprived childhood. But fear not! The videos below are here to help you not only become acquainted with this magical childhood learning aid, but to also help you learn grammar.

Need help with adjectives? This video is great for unpacking them.

Or maybe adverbs?

If the lovely preposition gives you a hard time, this video is great.

Or maybe – just maybe, you need help with interjections.

If you are unclear on what a subject is or what a predicate is, this video will help you.

And, NOUNS! Why not?

And, probably the most famous of the grammar Schoolhouse Rock videos, conjunction junction!

I hope you enjoy these videos, and remember, learning about grammar can be fun! Now, someone please tell that to my grammar teacher. Maybe I’d have less boring grammar homework then and more Schoolhouse Rock videos.
– Amanda Riggle


About ThePandaBard

Amanda is the Managing Editor at The Poetics Project and of The Socialist, the national magazine of The Socialist Party USA. She graduated with a BA in English Education and a minor in Political Science. She is currently enrolled in an English MA program with an emphasis in Literature. During her free time, Amanda enjoys writing poetry, reading, traveling, crocheting, watching entire seasons of campy shows on Netflix, and, of course, writing blogs. You can follow Amanda on Twitter @ThePandaBard, on Pinterest @ThePandaBard, or on Medium @ThePandaBard. You can also find her research on Academia.Edu at Cpp.Academia.Edu/MandaRiggle.
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2 Responses to Schoolhouse Rock – The Best Way to Learn Grammar.

  1. Pingback: Schoolhouse Rock’s Jaydon with multiplication | The Adventures of Jaydon and Daddy


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