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How does a basic Flocabulary lesson work?
1. Students listen to songs to boost engagement.
2. They complete exercises and activities to develop content mastery.
3. They take assessments to measure progress.
4. And then they write to synthesize what they've learned.
How often should I use Flocabulary?
We designed our Digital Subscription to offer you instructional flexibility. You can let Flocabulary drive your curriculum. Or use the songs and videos to supplement your course of study. Or something in between. Each subject includes sample schedules to help you plan your instruction. The lesson plans for each subject area provide ideas, handouts and organizers to get the most out of Flocabulary-no matter how or where you use it.
I'm a parent. What about me?
These lesson plans are written with teachers in mind. But all of the lessons can be adapted for home use. Let your child begin by listening to songs, clicking through the lyrics to learn more and practicing with the challenge questions on the unit page. When your child is ready to explore further, choose lesson plans of interest. And if you have any questions about how to adapt lessons for home, don't hesitate to contact us.